The Call of Duty franchise has at all times been about troopers, and now Call of Duty: WWII is providing an in-game method for gamers to supply some assist to real-world veterans. Activision Blizzard introduced at the moment the Fear Not personalization pack, a bundle of beauty objects they’re promoting to lift cash to assist navy veterans within the US and UK discover employment.
The Fear Not pack, which you should purchase both by way of Steam or within the in-game retailer, features a Monty division uniform, a brand new weapon camo for the Viper, two emblems, and two specialty calling playing cards. The pack prices $4.99 USD, and all proceeds go to the Call of Duty Endowment’s efforts to search out high-quality employment for navy veterans.
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The Call of Duty Endowment has made this sort of pack accessible earlier than. The Endowment Bravery pack for Call of Duty: WWII got here out in December, and so they created the Endowment Brass pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered final 12 months.
Until now, proceeds have gone solely to employment packages for American veterans. The Call of Duty Endowment has not too long ago expanded into the UK, and the funds raised with the brand new Fear Not pack will profit British vets as nicely.
Call of Duty Endowment government director Dan Goldenberg stated the group has raised greater than $3.eight million to assist veterans discover rewarding careers by way of their partnerships with Sledgehammer Games, PlayStation, and Xbox.
“We want to thank Call of Duty gamers and our partners for their continued support, without which we could not have helped thousands of vets.”
The Call of Duty Endowment is a non-profit, and was based in 2009 by Activision Blizzard Robert Kotick. The group’s present purpose is to search out jobs for 50,000 veterans by 2019.