Really. I know there are a lot of fans of Call of Duty, even of the less-than-the-best World at War variant, but how can 10 million dollars just flood into a bank account in 3 days? Again. Of the three Pack Packs released, all three have sold more than a million copies in the first weekend, all three. This rounds out the sale of CoD:WaW DLC to 6.5 million map packs sold overall. Mark Lamia of Treyach is very excited about the show of support from fans saying, “The team is appreciative that so many players from around the world have continued to enjoy the game and all of the downloadable content that we have produced.”
No new content has been announced yet for the Nazi-Zombie-Slaying sim to be, but since stopping now is the equivalent of incinerating a money-vomitting alligator, I wouldn’t be too sure. Call of Duty: World at War‘s Map Pack 3 costs $9.99 or 800 Microsoft Points for the PS3 and Xbox 360 respectively.