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Austin Zombie Signs Inspire World at War Update
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Austin Zombie Signs Inspire World at War Update

Over at the official Call of Duty website, community manager Josh Olin (click to follow on Twitter) has posted a new zombie warning sign...only this one doesn't adorn the freeways of Austin, Texas.

Josh confirms that an upcoming Call of Duty: World at War multiplayer map pack will include more content for the surprisingly fun four-player co-op Nazi Zombie (Nacht der Untoten) mode!

I promise I won't gloat about calling this out in the co-op review...I'll just ask you to click "Read More" to see what Josh had to say, verbatim...

 

Dear Alarmed Residents of Texas, Indiana and Illinois:

We hope that rumors of a new zombie level being included in the first Call of Duty: World at War DLC map pack wasn’t what sent you into a recent frenzy (http://www.kxan.com/dpp/news/Road_signs_warn_of_zombies). Nazi Zombies scare us too, which is why we’d like to give you a heads-up to stay tuned for official word regarding upcoming DLC. Yes, there will be a new wave of undead coming soon and – while we appreciate everyone’s concern (and we don’t condone vandalism) – we assure you that these zombies will only be found in the Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack. Stay tuned for more details!

Regards,

Your friends on the Call of Duty: World at War team.

By the way: yes, we know that the zombie traffic signs didn't actually inspire this announcement. Let's call it "good timing" on Treyarch's behalf...and on ours!







Source: Callofduty.com

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