Call of Duty's new maps delayed

Downloadable content arriving a week later than expected

The much anticipated Call of Duty 4 Variety Map Pack has been delayed by one week to April 10.

The shooter's first piece of downloadable content was originally rumored to release this Thursday, April 3, though publisher Activision never officially confirmed that date. The last we heard, it was going through Microsoft's sometimes lengthy submission process - so maybe that's the problem. Although we played them last Friday and they were all well and good.

The much anticipated Call of Duty 4 Variety Map Pack has been delayed by one week to April 10.

The shooter's first piece of downloadable content was originally rumored to release this Thursday, April 3, though publisher Activision never officially confirmed that date. The last we heard, it was going through Microsoft's sometimes lengthy submission process - so maybe that's the problem. Although we played them last Friday and they were all well and good.



The 800 Microsoft Point pack (10 US dollars and about six English pounds) supplies four new maps - Creek, Killhouse, Chinatown and Broadcast. Some, like Broadcast are based on single-player locations, where as Chinatown (unless we've missed something great) is a totally new Asian environment for getting your frag on.

Courtesy of CVG

Apr 1, 2008

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