Call of Duty: Zombies touching iPhone

Activision and Treyarch's touch-screen-enabled undead-themed shooter now shambling on Apple's handheld for $9.99.


Call of Duty: World at War has already proven that it has legs well beyond its initial launch. With more than 11 million units sold since the well-regarded World War II shooter launched in November 2008, Activision said in July that the game's first two map packs had combined to sell some 4 million units. That figure, of course, doesn't even include Map Pack 3, which hit the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3's online services in August.

Zombie sympathizers are few and far between.
Zombie sympathizers are few and far between.

With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 and its record-setting launch still a headline fixture, Activision today announced one more World at War extension, this time for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch. The publisher said today that Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies can be downloaded through Apple's iTunes for $9.99.

As its title suggests, the touch-screen-enabled shooter continues the zombie theme established in the first three World at War map packs. Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies accommodates solo play as well as co-op for up to four via Wi-Fi connection as gamers are charged with fending off waves of the undead hordes.

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