Call Of Duty: World At War Map Pack 2.

Posted: Apr 30 2009, 2:20pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:07pm CDT, in News | Gaming


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Call of Duty: World At War Map Pack 2 has been confirmed, and is scheduled for release sometime in June. Activision has revealed that the pack will contain three new multiplayer World War 2 maps, as well as one new zombie map.

This new map pack will be released for both the Xbox 360 and the Playstation 3, and should do a lot to keep players fragging each other online. These new maps run the gamut from a tropical river bridge ("Banzai"), a Russian train yard ("Corrosion") and a submarine base map ("Sub Pens"). There will also be ten new achievements for the 360, and trophies for the PS3.

The new zombie level sounds like it will be the best thing about this map pack. It's called "Shi No Numa", or "Zombie Swamp", and will be a tropical bog riddled with the risen corpses of Imperial Japanese soldiers. There will be traps, hell hounds, and something called the Wunderwaffe DG-2. It's nice to see a company put a new spin on a World War 2 map for once.

I'd bet good money that Map Pack 2 won't be the last map expansion we see. Treyarch, the developer, obviously considers continuing content to be of focal importance.

"Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 2 underscores Treyarch's commitment to delivering ongoing support, and new multiplayer and co-op Zombie gameplay experiences for our players," said Studio Head, Mark Lamia.

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