First Double XP Weekend for Modern Warfare 2 dated

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 19 March 2010 19:51 GMT

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Infinity Ward’s Robert Bowling has tweeted that the first Double XP Weekend for Modern Warfare 2 will happen April 2-5 on Xbox Live.

Here’s the tweet:

Mark the calendars now! April 2nd – 5th marks the first Double XP weekend on #MW2 for #xboxlive worldwide. New Maps + Double XP = No sleep

This will also be the first full weekend you will be able to play the new maps which are included with the Stimulus Pack on March 30.

Thirty days later, PS3 users will get the DLC.

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