Support Military Veterans with a New DLC Pack For Call of Duty: Modern Warfare
Call of Duty publisher Activision is about to release a new DLC (downloadable content) pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered. The purchase of the DLC will go directly to Activision’s Call of Duty Endowment program, which helps military veterans find employment after their service in the United States military.
The Call of Duty Endowment program began back in 2009, and has since helped over 30,000 thousand vets find high quality careers. Their ultimate goal is to have helped more than 50,000 veterans by 2019. In order to raise money to fund the project, they periodically release DLC packs for various Call of Duty games. One hundred percent of the proceeds from the purchases of the downloadable content goes directly to the project. Check out this quick video explaining their mission:
The latest in these DLC is packs will be for Modern Warfare Remastered. With the latest Endowment pack, titled The Brass Personalization Pack, players will receive a new aiming reticle, an American flag weapon camouflage, new emblem, and a calling card. No official price has been announced, but previous DLC packs for the cause have been $5.00 USD. The Brass Personalization Pack will be available for download on February 16, 2017 for those that own the Legacy Edition of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which comes with Modern Warfare Remastered. Below, you can check out the DLC pack from the project’s official Twitter:
— Call of Duty Endowment (@CODE4Vets) February 14, 2017
Will you be supporting our military veterans by purchasing the DLC pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered? If it’s only $5, it’s a small price to pay to support such a great cause. Plus, that American Flag camo is pretty rad all in itself. If you don’t own the game, don’t worry, you can also donate directly to the Endowment by clicking here. Be sure to stay tuned with DFTG for all of your gaming news.
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