The final DLC for the latest installment in the CoD franchise. This contains the four iconic zombie maps from World at War, as well as a brand new map, by the name of Moon, which is, quite frankly, brilliant. The one thing the CoD franchise can be critisised for is innovation, or a lack of it. Moon however solves these problems. Honestly, if you don't use guides, you can be finding new things to do for days, weeks. It really is that expansive. Expansive being the key word. The map packs have seemed to get bigger as they progress and this is the biggest of the lot. The thing that is great about Moon is that it matches the quantity of space with quality. The different areas you traverse seem new and varied. One moment you're in a Alien style darkened corridor, and the next you're in a high tech lab. There are other extras too. There are two new Wonder Weapons, a dual wielded gun, the first wonder weapon of that sort, and a very odd little special grenade. On this map, you have a choice between Gersch and the QED. While the Gersch is the safe option, the QED can do some cool stuff, but it can also leave you high and dry when you need it most. But it's that anticipation and reward when it spits out a thundergun shot. That's the one thing Moon does, it keeps you on your toes, which I don't think you can honestly say about the previous three DLC packs. You get the five maps PLUS the superb soundtrack, written by Kevin Sherwood and performed by Elena Siegman. Seven new achievements totaling 250G and two different Easter Eggs (although closely linked). Oh and a theme. For 1200MP.
Seriously, just go buy it now.