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Activision has announced its newest campaign for Call of Duty Endowment, known as C.O.D.E, which seeks to provide jobs for military veterans. Just like the other times that Activision has done this, they have launched a new C.O.D.E. personalization pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. All proceeds coming from the new pack are sent to C.O.D.E.
The personalization pack comes with a weapon camo and a weapon accessory along with a themed retical and emblem. Also included is an animated calling card. The personalization pack costs $5 and is currently available on PS4’s digital store, as well as Xbox One’s digital store. Here is what the contents of the pack looks like:
In commemoration of the new pack’s release, developer Infinity Ward will host a live stream event thought the studio’s Twitch channel on Friday December 9 at 11 AM PT. Studio members, voice actors and “special guests” will appear on the broadcast.
The Call of Duty Endowment was founded in 2009 and has already gotten jobs for over 1,000 military veterans.
“Infinity Ward is thrilled to partner with the Endowment to support getting vets back to work,” Infinity Ward studio head Dave Stohl said. “We’ve poured out hearts into making the incredibly cool, specially themed C.O.D.E. Courage personalization pack. The pack features more ways than ever to help players demonstrate their charity and show a willingness to help the most veterans possible as they come home from war and readjust to civilian life.”
“Employment is vital to providing stability when transitioning from military to civilian life,” C.O.D.E. executive director Dan Goldenberg said. “Infinity Ward, Treyarch, Sony and Microsoft continue to be indispensable partners in this effort, as the in-game program would not be possible without their generosity and commitment. We are grateful for their continued support.”
December 7, 2016 is the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attacks. The sneak attack by the Japanese killed a total of 2,335 U.S. servicemen and injured 1,143 . The attacks ushered the U.S. into World War II.