Call of Duty Elite Gets Revamped for Black Ops II

It looks like that last week, Beachhead Studios gave the Call of Duty Elite website a complete makeover in preparation for  Call of Duty: Black Ops II and its anticipated release next month.

The redesign of the website makes finding what you’re looking for easier than ever before with an all new hover-over top menu where everything you want is accessible from. The hover-over top menu allows you to navigate the site easily and quickly to get the page you want. No more pulling your hair out trying to remember what tab goes where.

Here’s the full list of what changes have been made:

  • Career info has been separated by game and can be found under each game title header in the menu. Under career info you can check and access your Career Summary and Recent Matches, tweak your Custom Classes, track Challenges and Leaderboards, and view your Weapon Performance.
  • Connect is now called Clan HQ. Clan HQ shows all your Clan stats, including Clan Competitions, Rewards and Clan XP.
  • Compete has been changes to Competitions, and displays Events, Clan Challenges, Clan Operations, and Lone Wolf Operations.
  • Improve links are now located under each game title header in each menu, and breaks down Maps, Weapons and Lethal/Tactical items, Attachments and Proficiency ratings, Perks, Strike Packages, Deathstreaks, and Game Modes.
  • My HQ is your hub for finding all of your Game Summaries, the Vault, Recent Badges.
  • Your Feed includes all of your Notifications and Invites.
  • Elite TV remains Elite TV, with Theater mode accessed by clicking the filter in the upper-left portion of the screen.

A lot of the changes look great and the site is real easy to maneuver through, though it reminds me of what 343 Industries and Microsoft has done with Halo Waypoint. Still, really great looking concept and I’m curious what we’re going to see in the future from Call of Duty Elite.

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