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Companion app for Call of Duty Advanced Warfare available on Google Play
Well, it’s that time of year again. Call of Duty releases have almost become like iPhone release dates: expect tons of pre orders, millions of sales in a very short time period, and Battlefield fans telling you that you’re wasting your money. COD fans that are already warming up their gamepad triggers will be pleased to know that Activision has released their official Call of Duty Advanced Warfare companion app for Android (along with iOS and Windows), and can now be downloaded directly from Google Play.
Like most companion applications, the app allows you to interact with your COD:AW experience while you aren’t in front of your console. According to the Google Play page, the app has brought many optimizations to clans, allowing you to compete directly for positions within the companion app. The winning group is rewarded with “exclusive in game loot” that you can use to optimize your online gaming experience.
These items are only available via the clan wars, so those that don’t have the companion app can miss out on the items should they choose not to install it. You can also manage and edit your emblems, manage profiles, chats, and a lot more.
I just fired the app up on my rooted Galaxy Note 3, and not only is it working fine, but the user interface looks pretty slick as well. You can grab it on Google Play for free here if you want to take your COD:AW experience to the next level. Advanced Warfare is set to be released on November 4th (less than 12 hours from now), so be sure to share your impressions of the app (and the actual game) in the comments below.