Activision and Infinity Ward have patched Call of Duty 2 on Xbox 360. Actually, apparently it's a "Title Update", which is a new one on us.

"The Title Update offers significant enhancements, including improved multiplayer performance, the ability to reserve friend slots in private game lobbies, post-game lobbies so friends can play longer, configurable host options and more," they say.

The patch will automatically download and apply itself next time you log onto Xbox Live with Call of Duty 2. All good for 360 owners bored of having a multiplayer WWII game crippled by a lack of obvious features.

Although they might be a bit wound up to hear that the next PC patch (or "Excitement Intensifier" probably) will include two new multiplayer maps - Rhine and "longtime community favourite" Harbor from the original CoD - along with PunkBuster anti-cheat stuff.

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