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Arguably the most popular feature of Call of Duty: World at War is the "Nacht der Untoten" multiplayer mode, in which four players holed up in a small building must fend off waves of Nazi zombies. You used to need to finish the single-player campaign to unlock it, but not anymore.

Treyarch announced on the official Call of Duty website that starting this weekend, the Nazi zombie co-op mode will be available to all who own the PS3 and 360 versions of the game. Additionally, Treyarch has released a new patch with a few hot fixes for multiplayer. Oh, and everyone who plays multiplayer this weekend will get double the normal experience point gains.

Sounds like a good weekend as any to wade back into World War II. Would be nice if the game was tweaked so you could gain XP from the Nazi zombie co-op but meh. For more information on World at War, check out Blend Games' review.
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