A much-requested item pack called the CORE Defender Pack is returning in Call of Duty: Warzone to celebrate the Call of Duty Endowment marking an important milestone in helping veterans find work outside of life. their military career.
According to an announcement on Call of Duty Blog, the organization’s lofty goal of placing 100,000 veterans in high-quality jobs was achieved two years ahead of time. Activision Blizzard has pledged even more cause funding to celebrate the event, promising to pump an additional $30 million into the Call of Duty Endowment. On top of that, it is re-releasing the CORE Defender Pack for Call of Duty: Warzone, but it will only be available for a limited time.
The Defender Pack, available for purchase now and said to be highly requested by players, is usable in both Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. 100% of the net proceeds from the sale of the item pack will go to the Calling Gift. The Defender bundle will be available until the $2 million goal is reached, so if you’ve been waiting for the bundle to come back, you’ll want to get it earlier in the gaming platform’s digital storefront. Play your choice.
Here are the items you can get with your Defender Pack purchase and help raise money for a good cause:
- Rare pistol weapon blueprint “The Defender” with custom themed Optics and Reticle
- Camo weapon “hot and cold”
- Watch the epic “Old School”
- Rare Weapon Charm “Honor the Call”
- Rare weapon sticker “Endowment”
- “Secret CODE” Rare Spray
- Rare spray “CODE All Star”
- Rare icon “Zoomin”
- Rare Icon “Flat Back”
- Rare symbol “Sturdy Stripes”
- Rare calling card “Hooah”
Call of Duty Endowment is a nonprofit organization that started in 2009 to help veterans find work after leaving the military. The CoD blog post describes what the organization does for the military community, stating, “The Foundation’s call to identify and fund the most effective and efficient organizations that help veterans In addition to funding, the Foundation partners with grantees with advice and support to maximize impact.” Activision Blizzard itself has raised more than $62 million to date. dollars for the endowment, which is said to have generated “an estimated $5.6 billion in economic value to US and UK veterans.”
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