Game developer and publisher Infinity Ward and Activision has announced that the net proceeds from its latest DLC pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will be donated towards bushfire relief in Australia to help curb the crisis currently sweeping across the country.
Originally titled Outback DLC, the two companies have no renamed it to Outback Relief pack, and announced that 100 percent of the proceeds from purchases both previous and in the future all the way up till January 31 will go towards the bushfire relief efforts in Australia. The pledge will cover any purchase of the DLC pack across all platforms. The latest pack features a range of cosmetic upgrades for players, including a new Bushranger operator skin, an exclusive blueprint for a weapon called Sniper Rifle Charlie, a little koala charm for weapon customization, as well as other stickers and items. It’ll be on sale on the in-game store for 1,800 Call of Duty points, which roughly translates to $20 USD.
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Our thoughts go out to all those affected by the bushfires in Australia.
100% of Activision’s net proceeds from previous & future purchases of the Outback Relief pack through Jan 31 will be donated to help provide aid towards the devastating fires. #AustraliaBushfires pic.twitter.com/uuGMO5niom
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) January 11, 2020
— Infinity Ward (@InfinityWard) January 11, 2020