Activison has announced that during Military Appreciation Month (May) will organize a couple of fundraisers for the Call of Duty Endownment that they created themselves. This non-profit organization seeks to get civilian jobs for US war veterans, so playing this next week we will collaborate with the cause.
The idea is to revive 5 colleagues since for each person who completes the challenge Activision will donate 1 dollar to CODE Warzone has more than 100 million players since its launch so that Activision could donate that amount, although most likely make it a lesser amount. Players who meet the challenge will not only be indirectly donating $ 1 but will also receive a virtual CODE card.
Help for the military
On the other hand, if the one million dollar figure is reached through this method, a double experience event will be triggered that is likely to attract more players. They are probably interested in reviving 5 companions or directly donating by purchasing the Battle Doc pack that includes an operator, an amulet, a weapon blueprint and a double experience token.
The $ 10 the pack costs will go directly to the fundraising process with the goal of raising another $ 2 million. In other words, at least 200,000 players should buy the pack to reach that figure. The pack operator is a battle medic within the Black Ops universe and was designed in association with Timothy “Doc” Hobbs Jr., retired battle medic.
We remind you that Warzone now has a new map, a reimagined Verdansk in the past and that it has new weapons and game modes. The revive companion challenge can be done in any mode and will start counting from May 1 and will last until May 8.
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