Details on PS3 COD4 week – 18th to 25th

Are you a Playstation user and a Call of Duty 4 fan?

Rejoice, as fourzerotwo has today, as promised, announced details of the PS3 COD4 celebrations.

Here is what to expect:

Kicking off on Thursday the 18th (through until the 25th), the Variety Map Pack will be reduced to $4.99US. If you don’t own this already, this is your time to pick it up. There is no excuse.

Make sure the dogs have enough food for the weekend, because from Friday through to Sunday, we’ll be earning Double XP, you’ll also have a chance to play against the IW dev team on Friday (from noon to 4PM, pacific time) – this is the best time to frag them, although the guys will be on and off all week long.

Be sure to add the following PSN IDs to your friends list or send us invites if you see us online:

So be sure to keep those (very) few dollars free if you haven’t picked up the Variety Map Pack yet, and be responsable – tell a friend before disappearing for the weekend.


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