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COD Advanced Warfare app update desired for improvements

With Christmas coming up it would be a perfect time for a new Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare app update to help resolve a few problems and to bring some desired improvements as well. The thing is, many people using the app have complained that while Activision spent a long time on making the game for the consoles, they seemed to have rushed the companion app.

Some of the issues people are having would require just a simple fix, although others seem to prove that the developer of the app did rush things because they are an obvious oversight.

New COD Advanced Warfare app update

Take the career history from Ghosts and Black Ops 2, they do not show on the map, and you cannot even use the clan chat feature. These issues need to be resolved and will no doubt help give the app improved review scores.

The last update did make a few improvements, although people are now unable to change any emblems, and emblems from a phone no longer show.

It is clear this app has a lot of potential, but releasing it with a ton of bugs is unforgivable, especially the bug where many users have hit save and then they see the message at the top saying save error any number of times.

What would you like to see brought in with the next COD Advanced Warfare app update?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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