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Post by Dan @ 11:31am 10/04/09 | 12 Comments
Just in time for the long weekend, Activision have released the promised Map Pack 1 for Call of Duty: World at War for PC. Interestingly, the same pack that was recently released for Xbox 360 and PS3 owners at a cost of around US$10 is now available completely free of charge for PC gamers, courtesy of sponsorship from intel. You can now download it locally from AusGamers files (~500MB).

The Map Pack is bundled with the v1.4 patch (which is incremental and will require the install of the previous v1.2 and v1.3 updates) Here's a slice of the changelog:
  • 3 new Multiplayer maps: Knee Deep, Nightfire, Station!
  • Nazi Zombies map with more weapons, Perks-a-Cola machines, and electroshock defenses: Verrückt!
  • Auto balancing improvements. Players are no longer auto balanced while completing objectives.
  • Fixed lag caused by shooting at tanks.
  • Players are now deducted 200 points for team killing the bomb planter/defuser in Hardcore Search & Destroy.
  • Martyrdom no longer causes direct impact deaths in Hardcore modes.
  • “Bayonet jumping” has been disabled.
For more details check out our Map Pack 1 game page, specifically the trailers.












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TiT
Posted 11:49am 10/4/09
Internode peeps can get it here!

last edited by TiT at 11:49:57 10/Apr/09
step
Posted 12:16pm 10/4/09
Thanks TiT.
infi
Posted 01:40pm 10/4/09
sick. i had a break from this game due to DoW2 but might get back into it now.
trog
Posted 01:52pm 10/4/09
TiT; if you go to the AG download page you'll note down the bottom there's a link to the Internode mirror direct from our download page now (new feature to save people having to go looking)
BatS***
Posted 02:17pm 10/4/09
hey trog have you ever tried talking with isps (like tpg) who dont have unmetered content to make ausgamers files unmetered?
Ospi
Posted 02:29pm 10/4/09
TPG aren't cool enough for unmetering stuff, if they did it with steam I would die a happy man, but nooooooooooooooo.

Anyway, ideas on how long before the steam version is updated? They seem to be a bit slow with this game.
HERMITech
Posted 02:44pm 10/4/09
Bwahahahahah
Suck it console (l)users!
trog
Posted 05:20pm 10/4/09
hey trog have you ever tried talking with isps (like tpg) who dont have unmetered content to make ausgamers files unmetered?
nope, they're more than welcome to tho :)
TiT
Posted 05:25pm 10/4/09
TiT; if you go to the AG download page you'll note down the bottom there's a link to the Internode mirror direct from our download page now (new feature to save people having to go looking)


Thanks trog never notice that... i have RSS feeds for QGL forum and the games.on.net so normally you guys post around the same time :)
D3FCON
Posted 02:45pm 12/4/09
Steam is said to have it yesterday but there slack slow tools
trog
Posted 05:12pm 12/4/09
Thanks trog never notice that.
It's brand new and still sort of in testing; afaik this is the first file we've used it on :)
ctd
Posted 06:21pm 12/4/09

sick. i had a break from this game due to DoW2 but might get back into it now.

what about tales of valor? Addicted to the new tank battle mode. Assault is S*** but.
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