Activision has partnered with Bungie, seeking help from thousands of gamers who play Call of Duty: Modern Warfare regularly. The Outback Relief Pack is an Australian themed customization content that is now available inside the game and 100% of the income made through this sale will be directly donated to help reduce or stop the Australian bushfire.
The content found in the Outback Relief Pack is good enough for people who are really interested in charity and when it makes so much of a change in the real world, you shouldn’t worry about spending some more on the game you already love. The cost to purchase the pack is 1800 Call of Duty points which in the real world would cost $18 and definitely worth the investment.
Along with a Koala charm, bushranger operator skin and the Big Game sniper rifle’s blueprint, it also includes an operator quip, gun art and an additional sticker that you could show off for contributing to stop the wild forest fire that is ablaze in Australia now. Players who purchase this pack will be able to skip a tier in Modern Warfare Battle Pass that will save them time and focus more on overall scores as they continue to work to reach the top tier.
The campaign will be open till 31st of January and you can purchase the Outback Relief Pack in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to help the planet. Besides, the gaming community, Twitch streamers and many others around the globe are going really hard in order to generate as much charity as possible to donate and stop the bushfire as soon as possible.
Destiny 2 has a similar campaign and news forecasts predict rainfall in the next few weeks which should help bring the fire under control in Australia. The donations will also be used to rebuild the burnt places and to help people settle down again.