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Unless you've been living in a cave for the last few days, you'll know that there's been an eagerly awaited release this Tuesday gone. This time we're of course not talking Nexus, but in fact referring to Call of Duty Black Ops II. One of the most eagerly anticipated gaming titles of the year, if you're a big online player you're already likely a member of Call of Duty Elite. The good news is that following the launch of Black Ops II, the Android Call of Duty Elite application has been updated to support the title. 

Elite now supports your career summary stats, recent matches, custom class editor and challenge tracker for Black Ops II. Additionally, theres a couple of additions not dedicated to the latest title. Clan HQ gives users the ability to search for and join clans, and Elite TV provides live streaming, multiplayer guides and "much more." The update is live in the Play Store now, so if you can tear yourself away from your console long enough, head on over and download a copy. 

 

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Call of Duty Elite updated to support Black Ops II

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So happy this app now remembers your login information. It actually looks much better too and seems to work and be useful again.