Before anyone says anything, yes, the upcoming Call of Duty: World at War map pack has actually, after what must have been hours of brainstorming, been named “Map Pack 1”.
The new map pack from Treyarch adds 3 new multiplayer maps and 1 new Nazi Zombie map to the already immensely popular World War II shooter. This video interview details the new maps and what they entail and will fill you in on everything that you need to know, except of course what everyone is really wondering: “How much”.
The maps are set to release in this month on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC, but there is still no indication of how much the maps are actually going to cost. If the Variety Map Pack for Call of Duty 4 is anything to go by, we can probably expect it to land at around the R100 or 800 MS points mark whilst being completely and unfairly free on PC.
Giving free DLC to the platform with the highest piracy rate? Clever.
Last Updated: March 9, 2009