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Call of Duty: World at War gets second map pack tomorrow


6:40 PM on 06.10.2009
Call of Duty: World at War gets second map pack tomorrow photo



To this very day I'm still pissed that no one believed me when I said that Call of Duty: World at War has zombies in it. As the story goes, I saw something I shouldn't have at an Activision event before the game launched, told all my journo friends, and they all laughed at me. And then the news dropped. And I got no props when it was revealed.

And here I am telling you about a second batch of maps for the game, which includes a new zombie map, Shi No Numa. You win some, you lose some, as they say. I'm almost over it.

Aside from Shi No Numa, you'll also get Banzai, Corrosion, Sub Pens, all for the price of $9.99. Below the jump you can see those very same zombies exploding in a new trailer for this pack. No, I'm not bitter or anything.

[via Joystiq]






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