Be connected to COD like never before with Elite.
Activision has released Call of Duty Elite for Black Ops 2, and for the first time, the multiplayer services are free for all and sundry. That’s feature number 1 in a helpful list the publisher provided on things you need to know about the service.
Second is Call of Duty Elite TV which delivers a renewed community focus, featuring tips on loadouts and playstyles, strategies on the best ways to play the maps, and more. There will be three new Call of Duty Academy shows to help players including “Create-a-Class Guide”, “Multiplayer Guide” and Tutorials for educating players on new features like Livestreaming, CODcasting, Leagues, and the “Pick 10” create-a-class system.
Third, Zombies. You can now track Zombies stats and compare them with players worldwide for bragging rights.
Fourth is the overall tracking and managing of communications, challenges and classes. You’ll have better communication with clans, improved access to Clan Ops and Challenges and One Button Class Copy for automatically taking another member’s loadout.
Finally, there’s accessibility. No matter where you are, Call of Duty Elite is accessible, as evidenced by the recent launch of the smartphone app.