The latest downloadable multiplayer map pack for Call of Duty World at War has been downloaded over a million times.
Publisher Activision has announced that the figure has also been reached in the space of a weekend. The pack was first released on Thursday March 19, with Activision declaring that the one million downloads had been amassed in the four days (or "weekend") ending Sunday 22 March.
"The success of Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 1 speaks to Treyarch and Activision's ability to provide fans with quality content during a time when people want to get the most out of their Call of Duty experience," says Maria Stipp, Activision's Executive Vice President and General Manager of Owned Properties.
The DLC pack contains four extra multiplayer maps and is currently priced on PSN at $9.99 in North America, £7.99 in the UK. The Xbox 360 version costs 800 Microsoft Points.
Article supplied by Edge-Online