Call of Duty: World at War Getting Three New Maps

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Tired of playing on the same old maps in Call of Duty: World at War? Don’t worry, Activision has your back with some upcoming downloadable content. Map Pack 1, as they call it, will release in March containing three maps.

“Knee Deep” will immerse players deep into deadly jungles at attack fortified Japanese positions. “Nightfire” will place players in the streets in a war-ravaged Berlin. “Station” will put you in a bombed out underground subway system. Map Pack 1 will also add more features to the co-op Nazi Zombie bonus mode with a new zombie map titled “Verruckt”, featuring more weapons, Perk-a-Cola machines, and more.

CALL OF DUTY®: WORLD AT WAR DOWNLOADABLE MAPS ON THE WAY

Santa Monica, CA – February 10, 2009 – New conflicts are on the horizon for one of the most intense online multiplayer games of 2008, as Activision Publishing, Inc. (Nasdaq: ATVI) and developer Treyarch, announced plans today to release Call of Duty®: World at War Map Pack 1. Due out in March, Call of Duty®: World at War Map Pack 1 will take Xbox 360™, PLAYSTATION®3 computer entertainment system and Windows® PC fans to the streets of a war-ravaged Berlin in “Nightfire,” deep into deadly jungles to attack fortified Japanese positions in “Knee Deep” and through a bombed out underground subway system in “Station.” The Call of Duty®: World at War Map Pack 1will also expand upon the fan-favorite four-player co-op Nazi Zombie bonus mode with “Verrückt” (Zombie Asylum) – a fourth map that features more weapons, new Perks-a-Cola machines, electroshock defenses and endless, attacking legions of undead.

Call of Duty: World at War is rated “M” (Mature) by the ESRB for Intense Violence, Strong Language, Blood and Gore. For more information and exclusive updates about Call of Duty: World at War, visit www.callofduty.com.

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