Activision and Infinity Ward have released a 1.2 patch for the PC version of Call of Duty 2, introducing Punkbuster anti-cheat support and a pair of new multiplayer maps.
The maps are Rhine, and the Harbour map from the original Call of Duty. The Germany-based Rhine map is the rubble-strewn town of Wallendar, whereas Harbour is based around a port in southern Russia.
Infinity Ward also said it's currently finalising modification tools, including Radiant and Maya plug-ins, with which fans will be able to prepare their own single-player and multiplayer maps. Those should be available "in the coming weeks".
"We recognize the level of enthusiasm that our fans have for the Call of Duty 2 experience, which is why it's important to us to continue providing the content and tools that continue to deliver the type of Call of Duty action gamers crave," said Infinity Ward president Grant Collier.