Bowling: “Anyone’s guess” what’ll be in next MW2 DLC pack

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 30 March 2010 14:07 GMT

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With Modern Warfare 2’s first major piece of DLC, the Stimulus Pack, out today, Infinity Ward’s Rob Bowling’s told Eurogamer the content for the next chunk of content is undecided.

“We don’t really set moulds,” said Bowling when asked if the next pack will again contain five maps.

“What will be in the next one is anyone’s guess – it might be the same, it may not. With the Stimulus pack we wanted to add variety and give you a mixture of experiences that you’ve never played and some that you’re familiar with.”

The developer refused to be drawn on whether or not extra content other than maps might gets into future updates, saying only that he’s in daily contact with the community.

The Stimulus Pack is out today for 360 only. You can win a branded Super Elite on VG247 in celebration.

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