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New Call of Duty 4 maps incoming at 9:30 A.M. today

Apr 04 // NO LONGER WORKS AT DESTRUCTOID

We know that you have waited patiently and finally your reward is here. At 9:30 A.M. EST. the new Call of Duty 4 maps, Chinatown, Killhouse, Broadcast, and Creek will be available exclusively, (even though only a few weeks ahead of the PS3 maps) on Xbox Live for download at 800 MS points (10 bucks). I know that you have been reading that they are delayed, but it just is not true. Today is 100% the day that you will be able to download them.

Some of you have already had a chance to preview the maps at the GOTY events in San Jose, and in New York City. Those of you that didn't should check out the gallery below or the new videos on Gametrailers. I do have some info that I have yet to hear anyone discuss. If you liked the Carentan back in the day on COD2 then you will love its new form as Chinatown on COD4. Another inside tip is that you won't be getting only 4 new maps but a chance at some new XP in game. Sorry, no new achievement points though.

[Thanks to ItemfortyPedro and Hoygeit for the awesomeness]

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