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Activision Rolls Out Call of Duty: Ghosts Companion App But Limited to Few Devices

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Posted November 12, 2013 by Paolo Nikko in News
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In celebration with the release of Call of Duty: Ghosts for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, Activision has released a companion app that will definitely be useful for the game. This particular app has plenty to offer for the users and this new app will be constantly updated regularly.

However, before you get excited and download the Google Play app right away, there are limitations and not all phones are supported. As of now, the devices supported are the HTC One, Motorola Moto X and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus with more being added. This app is not your typical companion application like the Call of Duty Elite app that measures player statistics, loadout and social features, but rather will be able to compete in Clan Wars battling out for dominance in different territories.

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There are also timed events, in which if your clan happens to miss one, they can also compete in other Clan War. Winning in a Clan Wars will be able to give yourself exclusive in-game bonuses that includes soldier customization as well as bonus multiplayer experience. And speaking of Clan Wars, you can actually create a Call of Duty: Ghost clan straight from your Android device or join a currently existing one.

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You can also communicate with other clan members and even have your personalized clan emblem right from the app itself. Call of Duty: Ghosts features news and events and the ability to check your career stats and notify friends if you are ready to play. Last but not the least, the app can also be used as a second-screen functionality, but details are still on the works on how it will really work. You can check out the official Call of Duty: Ghost Companion App in the Google Play.


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Paolo Nikko
Paolo Nikko

A graduate of Computer Engineering, Paolo is an Android enthusiast and spends most of his time programming and playing games. He is synonymous for the word customization, as he is curios for everything that surrounds him.