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Call of Duty: World at War: ZOMBIES Now on App Store

November 16, 2009


This Holiday Season, Bring the Joy of Slaying Zombies to Your iPhone or iPod touch

This holiday season, bring the joy of slaying Zombies to the palm of your hand – Activision Publishing, Inc. and developer Treyarch, announced today the availability of the Apple iPhone & iPod Touch app: Call of Duty: World at War: ZOMBIES. This mobile version of the hit gameplay mode from Treyarch’s blockbuster title Call of Duty®: World at War delivers upon the experience of one of the most popular and played online games of 2009. Call of Duty: World at War: ZOMBIES offers both single player and the game’s highly-addictive co-op gameplay experience in full 3-D, allowing up to four players to join a game via Wi-Fi, locally or across the Internet, and up to two players via Bluetooth, all on the go!

“This is a great opportunity for fans of Call of Duty: World at War to take the fight against the Zombie masses wherever they are,” said Mark Lamia, Studio Head of Treyarch. “Zombies is a single player and co-op gameplay mode that people from all over the world have enjoyed playing and have spent countless hours conquering limitless waves of Zombies.”

The Call of Duty: World at War: ZOMBIES App, developed by Ideaworks Game Studio for the iPhone and iPod touch, is available for $9.99 from the App Store at

Introduction of the Call of Duty: World at War: ZOMBIES game on the iPhone and iPod Touch follows the August release of the free iPhone application that allows registered Call of Duty: World at War fans who own iPhones to remotely access important news and updates, and further allows players with linked accounts on  to see key stats from the blockbuster game. The Call of Duty: World at War Companion has been downloaded more than 800,000 times since its release.

Call of Duty: World at War is rated “M” (Mature) by the ESRB for Intense Violence, Strong Language, Blood and Gore. For more information about Call of Duty: World at War, visit

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