Ubisoft Pledges to Aid Nepal, Will Match Donations Up to $100,000

By   /   Apr 30, 2015
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Far Cry 4 developer Ubisoft Montreal has announced a pledge to aid the earthquake-stricken inhabitants of Nepal.

A few days ago, an earthquake, rating at 7.8 on the Richter Scale, passed through the area around Kathmandu, Nepal. It left behind a wave of destruction in its wake, causing massive loss of life and property, and displacement of the local residents.

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“Having spent the last few years working on Far Cry 4, a game heavily inspired by Nepal and its people, it is with heavy hearts that the Far Cry family pulls together to raise money for the Canadian Red Cross, who are mobilizing their traveling hospital team to Kathmandu to offer support and medical assistance.” wrote Ubisoft.

The developer is going to match any pledge made to the Red Cross up to $100,000, which is going to greatly aid those in Nepal who have suffered this terrible tragedy.

If you would like to lend a hand as well, you can place donations through the link here.