Activision and Infinity Ward are offering up a new Modern Warfare and Warzone cosmetics bundle to benefit veterans through the Call Of Duty Endowment.
The new ‘Fearless Pack’ comes with ten in-game cosmetics, including the above Mil-Sim ‘Venerated’ Operator skin. According to Activision, the pack was created in partnership with and inspired by Medal of Honor recipient Captain Florent “Flo” Groberg. It’s being released in honor of Military Appreciation Month.
The pack also includes the Fore The Cause assault rifle blueprint:
“For the Cause Assault Rifle Blueprint – This blueprint kits the weapon to make it an absolute force in close to medium range engagements. The five attachments included are the Scout Combat Optic, which provides a precision sight picture, the Corvus Custom Marksman Barrel, which increases damage range and recoil control, and a trio of attachments that boost aim down sight speed: the FORGE TAC SQS Stock, the Tac Laser, and the Stippled Grip Tape. The rifle is engraved with the date of the event of CPT Flo Groberg’s Medal of Honor actions to honor his fallen comrades.”
The other items in the pack can be seen below, and include calling cards, a charm, watch, spray and camo:
Activision is also offering up a limited-edition T-Shirt with the Call Of Duty Endowment logo on it. You can check that out here.
The Fearless Pack costs $9.99, while the T-Shirt (which is 100% cotton and made in America) costs $32.
100% of all proceeds for both the T-Shirt and the Fearless Pack will go to the Endowment, which “helps veterans find high quality careers by supporting groups that prepare them for the job market and by raising awareness of the value vets bring to the workplace.”
This is definitely a good cause worth supporting, and you get some pretty cool Modern Warfare/Warzone cosmetics as well.
I wish more game companies would offer these kind of charity options to their Item Shops. Fortnite could easily raise millions for people in need, for instance, simply by offering special not-for-profit skins in the game’s Item Shop from time to time.
It’s good to see Activision’s continued support of veterans. The company certainly makes enough money off of games about soldiers every year.