Rumour – First shots of Modern Warfare 2 DLC revealed

Friday, 5th March 2010 05:00 GMT By Johnny Cullen


TTG are carrying what it claims to be the first screens of the first map pack coming to Modern Warfare 2, codenamed the “Stimulus Package”, sometime this spring, showing it could be closer then we thought.

The screens mostly show the maps are actually remakes of old maps from Call of Duty 4 like Overgrown, Crash, Storm and a new map known as Complex.

It looks real enough, but we’ll shoot an email off to Activision just to be sure.

The first DLC is exclusive to Xbox 360 for at least a timed period of 30 days.

It comes in the week where Infinity Ward lost its two co-heads Vince  Zampella and Jason West, with the pair now suing Activision for $36 million for unpaid royalties, as well as “contractual rights” to the Modern Warfare IP.

The publisher called the lawsuit “meritless” in a statement released last night.

Get all the lowdown on COD-Gate here.



  1. Grimrita


    Oh yeah its the ‘daddy’ of shooters day today – Battlefield is back!

    #1 5 years ago


    #2 5 years ago
  3. Blerk

    Is there a hidden easter egg where you get to shoot Bobby Kotick?

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Johnny Cullen


    #4 5 years ago
  5. Blerk

    “Activision heavies are storming the building! Protect the bosses until the EA rescue chopper arrives!”

    #5 5 years ago
  6. ReeceHeywood

    The guy who released the screens on Youtube is just a hacker, everyone thinks he works for Microsoft though.

    He also showed fake Halo: Reach videos back in January so I wouldn’t 100% say this is legit.

    #6 5 years ago
  7. mington

    we want more spe-ops! i probably wont buy it if there isn’t as i haven’t touched the multiplayer for months

    a sniper spec-ops mission on overgrown would be sweet

    #7 5 years ago
  8. polygem

    …you´re too late IW…i sold my mw2 copy and enjoy bfbc2 now…

    #8 5 years ago

    This really is old news Johnny. These screens have been leaked 1-2 months ago.

    #9 5 years ago

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