While wildfires proceed to unfold throughout Australia, a variety of companies have began promotions to profit funds for relief efforts within the nation. Now, Activision has joined in. The writer says it’s going to donate all proceeds from the Outback pack in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare to present assist to these affected by the continued fires.

“As a part of our efforts to assist present relief towards the devastating bushfires in Australia,” the corporate says in an in-game message you can see on Reddit, “we’re donating 100% of Activision’s web proceeds from every buy of the ‘Outback’ pack, which we’ve re-named the Outback Relief pack, throughout all platforms by January 31.”

The promotion is retroactive, too – should you bought the pack prior to now, that cash may also be donated. At 1800 CoD factors – roughly $18 USD, relying on what number of you buy directly – the pack contains the Bushranger operator pores and skin, a Koala attraction, and quite a lot of different cosmetics, plus a tier skip for the battle move.

The in-game message concludes: “From everybody at Infinity Ward, Call of Duty and Activision, thanks on your consideration. Our hearts go out to all those that have been affected.”

Our ideas go out to all these affected by the bushfires in Australia.

100% of Activision’s web proceeds from earlier & future purchases of the Outback Relief pack by Jan 31 will probably be donated to assist present assist in direction of the devastating fires. #AustraliaBushfires pic.twitter.com/uuGMO5niom

— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) January 11, 2020

Fans on Reddit truly urged simply such a promotion final week, and since that thread acquired over 30,000 upvotes, it’s probably someone at Infinity Ward or Activision took inspiration from it. Either method, it’s good to see firms take steps – even small ones – to draw consideration to the continued disaster.