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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  • This just proves where treyarch is going with black-ops for pc , sell outs , i my friends am done with Cod series thank you for the few years you made decent games. Bfbc2 isnt the best game ever , but atleast they know how to treat the people that made them who they are THE PC GAMERS . Console will eventually price themselves out of reach. and when that happens, we pc players will still be downloading free mmo's , maps , games from company's that are dedicated to the PC familys. that would be happy just to get my 49.99 or less for game. IW , Treyarch , Activision You Fail !