Call Of Duty Companion App For Black Ops 4, WW2 Out Now

Activision announced today that a Call of Duty companion app is now available for both Android and iOS smart devices.

Call Of Duty Companion App For Black Ops 4, WW2 Out Now

The app tracks scores and achievements earned throughout multiplayer, Blackout, and Zombies game modes from Black Ops IIII, and it also keeps record of WWII's multiplayer stats.


As noted on the Activision Games Blog, "you can take your squad on the go, keep loadouts at the tips of your fingers, and get personalized recaps, briefs and gameplay tips based on your play."

It tracks friends' progress in its dedicated friends feed, too, so you can compare scores and results with your buddies. Deciding who's the ultimate COD player has never been easier.

Even more, app users can "form a squad with up to 20 other players and earn in-game and exclusive rewards by completing weekly objectives as a Squad," such as killing a certain amount of zombies each match.

Activision will also send a weekly Action Report and Weekly Briefing with suggestions, tips, and tricks, to anyone signed up and using the companion app.

Interestingly, Activision claim the app will "track every bullet and movement" made within each match, through both "Match Analyses and Heat Maps." If only your in-game characters could - ehem - pass wind...

Thermal farts aside - the service is completely free, so even if video game apps aren't your thing, it's definitely worth trying out. What have you got to lose?

Well, except mobile phone storage, so you'll have to decide whether a Call of Duty companion app is more beneficial than all those shrunken horse testicles pictures you've snapped from Red Dead 2. Yeah, we know.

Credit: Activision
Credit: Activision

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