Kimberley Ellis
13 Sep, 2008

Get Call of Duty 4 DLC for half price

360 News | Double XP Weekend also announced.
Activision has announced that the Variety Map Pack for the Infinity Ward-developed shooter Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare will sell for half-price on the Xbox Live Marketplace this weekend.

The half-price sale will allow players who have yet to experience the additional content the opportunity to purchase it for a measly 400 Microsoft Points. In celebration of the reduced cost of the DLC, this weekend will also be deemed a Double XP Weekend for those that enjoy playing the game online.

Released earlier in the year on both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, the Variety Map Pack brought four extra maps to the critically-acclaimed FPS: Creek, Broadcast, Killhouse, and Chinatown (a remake of the classic CoD map Carentan).

The Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare DLC sale is set to end on Monday, September 14. For those of you who haven't yet experienced the Variety Map Pack, why not check out PALGN's run-down of the maps for more information about what bang you'll get for your gaming buck.

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5 years ago
Double XP weekend for PC too?
Free DLC on PC too.
5 years ago
This include the PS3 DLC pack?

There's no way I'm paying $15 for it but at $7.50 I'd be all over it.
5 years ago
Why should we be paying anything when it's free on PC?
5 years ago
Administration. Goes through Xbox etc.
5 years ago
Bought it last night, all new maps are available in splitscreen too, which is a bonus. But I would have been VERY dissapointed if it was unplayable in splitscreen after I had handed over my sacred MSpoints.

All maps are pretty good, worth the download if you play COD4 heaps.
5 years ago
Seems weird to me that early adopters i.e. the ones that generate sales for the game have to pay extra but its included with the Game of the Year addition... sigh.
5 years ago
I played online for about a day when I first finished the game, but kind of got bored (not a big fan of online FPS). I played it again yesterday and was absolutely demolished by everyone else... everybody was lvl 40+ and in Europe, so I had lag to contend with to boot. Sigh...
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