Activision has updated the Call of Duty Elite iOS app to the latest version, 2.0, in time for today's launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops 2.
An Android version of the v2.0 app is "coming soon," according to the official Elite Twitter account.
The updated iOS app is compatible with Black Ops 2, offering features such as career summary stats, recent matches, the challenge tracker and custom class editor. Elite users will also be able to access Clan HQ and live-stream Call of Duty Elite TV, a new season of which begins today with Black Ops 2.
Elite originally launched with 2011's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 as a service that came with the $49.99 subscription to a year's worth of downloadable content updates such as new maps and modes. Activision decided to make Elite itself entirely free to Black Ops 2 players; the DLC Season Pass is still available on its own. Players can also access Elite through Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 apps and on the web.
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