Support Real Military Veterans with Call of Duty Endowment DLC

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The Call of Duty Endowment donates 100% of the proceeds from special DLC sales to charity to help real military veterans find civilian jobs.

Call of Duty Endowment (C.O.D.E.) was founded in 2009. It’s a non-profit organization committed to assisting veterans from the U.S. and U.K. to secure quality careers post-service. To date, the organization has aided over 125,000 veterans.

Call of Duty Endowment DLC

On May 6, Activision released a new DLC, Knight Recon Tracer Pack, available for Call of Duty Modern Warfare III, Call of Duty Warzone, and the Regulator Pack for Call of Duty: Mobile. According to the CoD official site, this pack is reportedly inspired by Ben, a highly decorated former Navy SEAL with a background in reconnaissance missions.

The Endowment pack DLC costs $19.99 and includes:

(Source: Activision Inc.)

Similarly, the C.O.D.E. Regulator Pack for Season 4 of Call of Duty: Mobile is available at the same price and includes:

(Source: Activision Inc.)

In the USA, May is Military Appreciation Month. So, in addition to selling charity DLC, the developers organized a collaboration with USAA in the form of an in-game “U Assist Veterans” Challenge from May 8 to May 22.

(Source: Activision Inc.)

Additionally, Activision has hosted several real-life events.  On May 4, Duty Endowment sponsored the annual British Army vs. Royal Navy Rugby Match for the Babcock Trophy, which the British Army won. They also invited the current MLB champions, Texas Rangers, to perform at their home stadium in Arlington on May 15 with a special program to honor veterans.

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