CoD Modern Warfare 3 News: The Call of Duty Elite app hits iTunes tomorrow! All the stat tracking and loadout adjusting power of Elite, quite literally in the palm of your hand.
Call of Duty Elite is the social network that lets players think about video games when they should really be analyzing spreadsheets, or whatever it is their boss pays them to do. Starting tomorrow, the service comes to Apple's iOS, allowing gamers to agonize over their kill/death ratio on the bus, on the street, and other places that would normally be Call of Duty-less.
Starting tomorrow, players can just tap an app to adjust their Custom Classes, communicate with clan members, view their recent match history, and track their challenge progress. Just like on PC and consoles, these services will be open to both free and paying members of Elite.
Call of Duty Elite has been somewhat controversial. There was the rocky launch, and a public perception that it was just further milking of the CoD cash cow. However, the year's worth of DLC included with a $50 Premium subscription, and the fact that Elite's most useful services are available to non-paying users, make a strong counter-point.
Anyway, Apple fans have something to look forward to, but Android users will need to have patience. Elite's Android release date seems up in the air, with Kotaku reporting ?later this year? and Joystiq saying next week. Who's right? Only time, or an official memo from Activision, will tell. At least Android users have the OnLive app to play with.
source: Call of Duty Elite's official site