Call of Duty 4 maps Vacant and Strike will return in renovated form, much as the 'Stimulus Package' MW2 downloadable content brought back Crash and Overgrown.
Bowling reveals the three other maps to be the "desolated amusement park" Carnival--complete with a rollercoaster, world of tomorrow and fun house--the "sniper haven" Fuel and Trailer Park, described as "a maze" with "super tight corridors."
Hitting Xbox 360 on June 3 then PC and PlayStation 3 later, the Resurgence Pack will cost costing 1,200 Microsoft Points ($15). Bowling also notes that "if demand's high we're gonna go right out the gate and have all the maps on all the playlists."
Rumour has it that Wolfenstein and Quake 4 developer Raven has been drafted by owner Activision to work on multiplayer maps for Call of Duty: World at War maker Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops, which is due out on November 9, 2010.