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Duty calls once more

Wednesday 3 May 2006
Activision and developer Infinity Ward have announced that new multiplayer maps for Call of Duty 2 on Xbox 360 will be available for download next week.

A total of nine new maps have been created with the first four available to play at next week's E3. This will comprise of a Bonus Map Pack with German sites Vossenack and Wallendar - which will be released for free - while a Skirmish Map Pack comprising of Kalach in Russia and Beaumont-Hague in France will cost 400 points in the Xbox Live Marketplace.

The other five maps are Antoville, St Louet and Amaye sur Seulles in France, Alam Halfa in Egypt and Rostov in Russia. These are available for download in July under the title of the Invasion Pack, and will set you back 900 Microsoft points.