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Infinity Ward and Activision Staff Ban Together For Australian Bush Fires

With the devastating Australian bush fires taking away more and more land each day, Infinity Ward and Activision are pulling efforts together for a safe and stable recovery.

In their latest event, the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare team released the “Outback Pack,” which consists of high-quality cosmetics. Infinity Ward and Activision are ensuring that for the near future, all past and present sales will go toward relief organizations.

The Outback Relief Pack currently costs 1.8K CoD points, which is around $20. For qualified buyers, it includes a Bushranger operator skin, a new and exclusive Sniper Rifle Charlie, a special koala charm, as well as other stickers and cosmetics to use.

Yesterday, Infinity Ward announced the campaign, stating that all COD players who previously had bought the Pack would have those purchases directly counted toward the donations.

Activision and Infinity Ward will deliver 100 percent of the revenue from sales of the Outback Relief Pack (from all platforms) to various organizations at the end of the month. The fund drive runs until Jan. 31.

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