Activision has announced the first map pack for Call of Duty: World at War has now been downloaded two million times.

Half of those downloads occurred during the first weekend it was on sale, you may recall. The two million figure includes PSN and Xbox Live sales.

"This is a huge milestone and we are so appreciative of our incredibly supportive community who continue to play and enjoy the game," said Mark Lamia, head of Treyarch.

"We’re hard at work on Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 2 and look forward to delivering that in June."

The first map pack costs 800 Microsoft Points (GBP 6.80 / EUR 9.60) or GBP 7.99 / EUR 9.99 on the PSN Store. For that you get four maps - Nightfire, Station, Knee Deep and Verruckt. It's well worth the investment, as our review won't mind telling you.

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