Activision has redesigned its subscription-based online service Call of Duty: Elite.

The new website has been designed to allow for easier navigation, and lets registered users access different areas of the site using a new hover-over menu that runs across the top of the page.

The site is still built around three pillars - Connect, Compete and Improve - but they've each been renamed or reworked.

Connect is now called Clan HQ, which shows all of your clan stats and clan competitions, rewards and XP.

Compete has been changed to Competitions, and displays all events, clan challenges and Lone Wolf operations.

Improve, meanwhile, is now split into sections under each game's title header, and broken down into maps, weapons, game modes and more.

The new homepage also lumps most of the player's relevant information together on one screen, including player stats, custom classes and latest news.

But despite unveiling the redesign, Activision has yet to announce details on how Elite will be integrated into Call of Duty: Black Ops II.

Details were expected to be coming this month.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II launches on November 13.