Four new Call of Duty: World at War maps deploying this August

By Nathan Grayson, Monday, 20 July 2009 19:21 GMT

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Update: CoD: WaW’s official website has the first details on the new maps. Be warned, though, it’s behind an age gate, so if you’re part of our burgeoning audience of toddlers who are also WWII buffs, you’re out of luck. (Thanks, Enkeixpress.)

Just because Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 is set to fulfill the prophecy as foretold by analysts and blot out the sun this fall doesn’t mean its predecessor can’t keep his royal Megaton’s seat warm until the big show. As such, four new Call of Duty: World at War maps are coming this August. Activision sent out a press release to herald their arrival.

“Battery,” “Revolution,” and “Breach” are — as expected — ripped straight from the history books, while “Der Riese” makes sure all the zombies that lost their un-lives during WWII aren’t forgotten.

That’s all for now. We’re sure Activision will release more details as the map pack’s launch date draws nearer.

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