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Xbox Live support rallies to fix 'MW2' Stimulus Package problem

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(Read caption) Virtual troops move out in "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2." The "MW2" Stimulus Package had a rocky launch Tuesday. Xbox Live support says it sent in engineers to correct the problem.

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After months of anticipation, Tuesday marked the arrival of the "MW2" Stimulus Package. This first map pack for "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2" contains five new arenas for the digital soldiers of this controversial first-person video game.

However when gamers paid their $15 to download the expansion from Xbox Live, the new software led nowhere. Maps failed to load. Key images didn't appear. Countdowns never ended.

"Modern Warfare 2," which today's release builds on, was the most successful video game launch in history, pulling in $310 million in just 24 hours. That surpasses one-day records for movies, music, and all other kinds of entertainment. With so much riding on this game, Xbox Live support deployed quickly.

"The engineers are already engaged and working on the MW2 Stimulus Pack problem," wrote Xbox Live’s director of programming Larry “Major Nelson” Hryb on Twitter. "They'll get [this] corrected."

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