Activision Teases "Mysterious" DLC For Call Of Duty: World At War
These days, gamers have come to expect downloadable content as a matter of course, especially when it comes to the next-gen FPSs. Activision is well aware of this, and it seems they've got something big planned for Call of Duty: World at War.
As revealed by the MTV Multiplayer blog, World at War executive producer Daniel Suarez said the team is currently working on a ton of DLC for the game that will "exceed the single multiplayer map-pack offered for Modern Warfare earlier this year." As Suarez said, "we want to do at least - the hope is - potentially two, maybe three packs out before we're all said and done." We can expect details just after the New Year, but don't expect the same ol' same ol' from these guys; Suarez teased us with the comment that the DLC won't be of the traditional or typical kind. He wants to infuse an aura of mystery into this upcoming content, and we have to say...he has succeeded. For the record, four multiplayer maps were released five months after Modern Warfare launched, so now we're wondering what this mysterious new direction for the World at War DLC might be... Perhaps it'll be something unique and/or more significant than the DLC we've become used to over the past year or so.
Anyway, we're also wondering what you might want to see in terms of DLC for this excellent FPS. It may not quite have reached the level of Modern Warfare, but remember, developers can do a lot for a game with new content. Just look at Criterion and Burnout Paradise!
Related Game(s): Call of Duty: World at War
12/2/2008 John Shepard