Call of Duty: WWII players on Xbox One may want to mark their calendars. In a tweet this morning, the official Xbox UK Twitter account revealed that the game's DLC Pack 2 will arrive for Xbox players on May 10.
As Call of Duty blog Charlie Intel reports, the tweet has since been deleted, so it appears to have gone out as a mistake. It's unclear, however, if the date itself is mistaken. Still, PlayStation 4 players are set to get their hands on the DLC on April 10, so May 10 would be a plausible date for the Xbox release. Activision normally releases Call of Duty DLC on PlayStation 4 first, with Xbox coming later.
Call of Duty: WWII's DLC Pack 2 is set to introduce three new multiplayer maps: Dunkirk, Egypt, and V2. It will also pack a new war mode map that pits players against one another during the Allies' invasion of Sicily. Lastly, players will get their hands on a new zombies chapter, called The Shadowed Throne, which sees players taking on hordes of the undead Nazis in the heart of Berlin.
If May 10 is indeed the Xbox release date, we should get official word again as it draws closer. For now, Call of Duty: WWII is currently up for grabs at $40 and up if you're ready to jump in.
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