Kojima Productions Selling “Connect For Australia” Merch To Support Australian RSPCA
For those unaware, Australia was devastated by bushfires late last year and recovery efforts have begun in earnest to help aid the thousands of animals affected by the tragedy. Looking to do their part, the folks over at Kojima Productions have announced a new “Connect for Australia” initiative to help raise funds for the recovery efforts.
Death Stranding developer Kojima Productions recently took to Twitter to announced its “Connect for Australia” fundraiser. The campaign itself isn’t a particularly large one, though it is offering two pieces of exclusive merchandise with proceeds going towards the Australian branch of The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA). The announcement tweet can be seen below:
We here at Kojima Productions wanted to help Australia recover from the bushfires that began at the end of last year. For eligible products, proceeds will be donated to The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), Australian branch.https://t.co/ZUImJZX3lH pic.twitter.com/mKrDifhC4C
— Kojima Productions (@KojiPro2015_EN) February 10, 2020
The first of the merchandise offerings is a Connect for Australia t-shirt featuring an outline of Australia with Death Stranding’s ‘connection’ lines strewn about within. The sizes range from Small to XX-Large and costs $25. The other merch piece is a limited-time Connect for Australia avatar for the PlayStation 4. Those interested can purchase one for minimally a dollar, though they can also opt to pay more in order to donate more to the RSPCA. The PS4 avatar is available for purchase until February 29th, 2020, while the PS4 avatar code can be redeemed through the PlayStation Store until March 31st, 2020.
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