Call of Duty - Advanced Warfare Companion 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 002)

The official mobile companion app of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been released in the App Store on Monday ahead of the game’s global release on consoles tomorrow, November 4.

Featuring Clan Wars, emblem editor and more, the companion app makes it easy to create and manage your clan, produce in-game player and clan emblems on mobile for the first time ever that sync with the console game and even participate in Clan Wars on your iPhone and iPad.

The app is available free of charge in the App Store.

After creating your own clan in the companion app, you can participate in 8-clan wars to receive in-game loot. Use your gained loot to customize your operator in Advanced Warfare Multiplayer.

“Clan War loot is a signal to your opponent in any match that you and your clan are a cut above,” says Sledgehammer Games.

Here’s the demo video of the app.

The app is available for iOS, Android, Windows and Kindle devices.

The highly anticipated Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare launches tomorrow on the PlayStation, Xbox and Windows. Players can pre-order the Day Zero Edition now and get up to 24 hours early access.

Check out the console game trailer below.

Framed as new vision for the blockbuster Call of Duty franchise, Advanced Warfare takes place in a not-so-distant future devastated by a global attack. A private military corporation dubbed Atlas becomes a superpower for hire.

You’re Jack Mitchell, a highly trained operative on a mission to restore world order. Your character wears an advanced exoskeleton which carries over into multiplayer, too, where an all-new movement system changes the way players traverse the terrain.

Call of Duty - Advanced Warfare Companion 1.0 for iOS (iPhone screenshot 001)

Your operative earns new gear and weapons through in-game supply drops. You can chain actions like jump, dodge, and dash together and customize your character using new abilities and armaments in the revamped Create-a-Class feature.

Features of the companion iOS app include:

  • Clan WarsClan Wars give you and your friends the opportunity to join up and compete against other clans of similar size and skill for control of positions on the in-app Clan War map.
  • The winning clan in each 8-clan war receives exclusive in-game loot. This loot is used to customize your operator in Advanced Warfare Multiplayer and is only available in Clan Wars. Clan War loot is a signal to your opponent in any match that you and your clan are a cut above.
  • The War Room: The War Room is where you and your Clanmates manage your overall clan experience. You can see active and upcoming Clan Wars, your Clan War history, and your clan’s top contributors.
  • Emblem Editor: In the stand-alone game, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, your emblem is a unique representation of your multiplayer Operator or your Clan. The Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Companion has a full emblem editor that can be used to create a custom Clan emblem or Player emblem that is synced to the emblem editor in-game.
  • Additional features: Clan chat, Clan Profile, Player Profiles, and more.

The 95.9-megabyte download requires an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with iOS 7.0 or later.

[App Store]

  • Usually I’m pumped for these games but this one doesn’t look good at all. Way way to futuristic. Sadly I feel the series has hit a wall. They need something fresh, outer space isn’t it. 🙁

    • nonchalont

      Of course that’s our opinion, but the 12 year old kid down the block thinks this is the best CoD ever!!! …guess we’re just getting too old for the series.

      • Victor Molina

        I know but I’m still getting it

      • I’ll get it when it goes on sale for less then 30.00 just for the single player missions. Probably will be able to find it by Christmas.

      • ZstormGames

        Wether or not its futuristic, it has an amazing feel. In this CoD i actually have FUN. Which, coming from a battlefield freak, is a lot to say. This game has the one of the nicest campaigns and mulitplayers i have ever played in a CoD game before. Before you hate on it…try it…and if you hate it then so be it….

  • Umut Bilgiç

    We need something that would take FPS to its roots. CoD ruined the genre..

    • notewar

      im still playing CS 1.6 = )