Certain Affinity collaborated with Treyarch during the initial development of Call of Duty: World at War through co-development of game modes, UI, and building multiplayer maps. Certain Affinity continued to work with Treyarch to support the game’s multiplayer after launch by building multiplayer maps for two different map packs.


Call of Duty: World at War Map Pack 3 from Activision Publishing, Inc. and developer Treyarch topped more than one million paid downloads during its first weekend of availability (August 6-9) on Xbox LIVE online entertainment network and the PlayStation Network. With this latest release, all three map packs for Call of Duty: World at War now total a combined 6.5 million downloads worldwide, and counting.


“The support and enthusiasm from the Call of Duty: World at War online community is tremendous,” said Mark Lamia, studio head of Treyarch. “The team is appreciative that so many players from around the world have continued to enjoy the game and all of the downloadable content that we have produced.”



Released:November 11, 2008

Gameplay:Single-player, Multiplayer

Platforms:Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii, PC


“...The Call of Duty map packs have been unstoppable since they were released–selling millions across platforms each, it’s quite amazing.”
"This gorgeous, jungle-themed map (Banzai) is openly acknowledged by developer Treyarch as the most beautiful map in World at War, and for good reason. Its stunning waterfall, tranquil river, and lush detail brings intense warfare in direct conflict with Banzai's natural paradise."
“Banzai is my favorite map of the three. They’re all good, mind you, but Banzai is going to be popular because it’s awfully pretty in addition to being a lot of fun. ”