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Monday, 21 April 2008 10:54

COD4: Modern Warfare Variety Map Pack is a bestseller

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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Sold more than a million copies

 

Not only is Call of Duty 4 still in “the game” but it still hits the headlines with its records. Since it has been launched in November 2007, the game has sold more than 9 million copies, and that is a proof of this game’s popularity.

Nine days ago, a new set of maps was released under the name Variety Map Pack, and it already scored a record of the most paid downloads through XboX Live service. This pack sold over a million copies in just nine days. It features: Creek, Broadcast, Chinatown and Killhouse maps, and you can play them in two modes – Team Deathmatch or Objective.

Since these maps found their way online, there have been over 30 million games with about 30 million hours of gaming on the servers.

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