As if there was really ever any doubt, Activision has announced that the second map pack for Call of Duty: World at War saw more than one million downloads during its first weekend of availability.
Shi no Numa is the map that proves that Japanese World War II soldiers can be the living dead, as can dogs. Consider it the great equalizer. Everything dies; and everything can rise from the dead. This, along with three not nearly as interesting normal maps will be available tomorrow for $9.99 on the PlayStation…
Activision and Treyarch bring Japanese Imperial zombie killing to World War II in June, with the release of the second map pack for Call of Duty: World at War.