Call of Duty: World at War boss Daniel Suarez plans "at least" two bouts of downloadable content for the shooter, and said the first batch was on course for the New Year.

"We want to do at least - the hope is - potentially two, maybe three packs out before we're all said and done," Suarez told MTV Multiplayer.

As for what it will be, Suarez explained: "It's not going to be what we've done traditionally. I'll leave it a little bit mysterious."

We know he wants to exceed the multiplayer map packs Infinity Ward offered for COD4, but with perhaps something entirely different. Maybe a continuation to the story? Could he mean a level editor? Extra weapons? A new mode? We'll have to wait and see.

Call of Duty: World at War made a strong step toward, with a brutal take on both the Pacific battle between the Americans and the Japanese, and the Eastern European front where the Russians drove the invading Germans back to Berlin.

Head over to our Call of Duty: World at War review to find out more.

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