Activision and Microsoft Partner for Xbox 360-First Call of Duty DLC for Next Three Years

By Brian Leahy, Jun 14, 2010 10:47am PDT Microsoft senior vice president Don Mattrick has announced that the company and Activision have partnered for the next three years to bring Call of Duty DLC add-ons, including map packs, to the Xbox 360 first.

This matches the release schedule already seen for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 downloadable content, which has launched first on the Xbox 360 then followed roughly one month later on the PlayStation 3 and PC.

This deal covers all Call of Duty titles through 2012, including Treyarch's Call of Duty: Black Ops, which will be released on November 9, 2010 for the Xbox 360, PC, PlayStation 3, and Wii.

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  • Being a Gamer for aq long time, the gaming market has changed alot. This news now about Activision and Microsoft having an alliance is tough new for Us gamers. the PC version on all games should in my veiw all come out the same time and Gamers should be given a choice oF either Steam or to have there own Dedicted Server Admin by the relevant Clan or Squads themselves with a relevant Anti-Cheat sytem which is managed and properly updated.
    There is alot of Gamers with PC's who have like myself spent alot of Money to keep there Pc Specs uptodate and tip topped condition so they can play the game on there PC's.
    Hopefully Actision would look into the Steam Vac as soonest before going any further as this is not managed by the Admins properly. Activision should look into a more appropiate Anti-Cheat system were everything is looked into and managed properly so most gamers can have a good Time and having to suffice with Cheaters or Hackers destroyingb the game.