Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is among the most played first-person shooter game all over the world. The title manages to become the most popular game in the United States and numerous other places on the globe every year.
With the aim of helping with the unprecedented fire damage that currently covers Australia, developer Infinity Ward has promised to donate 100 percent of Activision’s net proceeds from the sale of the Outback Relief pack in the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
The intent comes after calls on social media platforms over the last week from the game community asking the gaming studio to donate the earnings from the in-game item, initially called the Outback bundle, to the desperately needed relief as a result of fires across the country.
The recently named ‘Outback Relief’ pack comprises the Bushranger operator skin, a blueprint for the Sniper Rifle Charlie weapon, a charm of a Koala bear, a one-time finishing move, and some other cosmetics. The pack can be purchased for approximately $20 of in-game currency.
Helping Battling With the Disastrous Fires
As you might already know, Australia is fighting massive fires at the moment. Besides damaging propriety, the fires have killed hundreds of millions of animals. Numerous species among these animals are also on the list of creatures close to extinction.
As per Activision, 100 percent net proceeds from prior and future acquires of the Outback Relief Pack through January 31st will be donated with the aim of helping provide aid to the damaging fires.
Since September, the fires have destroyed about 18 million acres of the country, and 27 people have been killed. Approximately 2,000 homes have been completely destroyed, and numerous families have been dislodged.
Fundraising efforts are increasing with every day that passes, and other organizations and renowned people are trying to help as well. There is so much to be done now, but after the fires are finally put out as well.
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