Black Ops 3 CODE Warriors Personalization Pack Helps Vets in Unemployment

By   /   Dec 16, 2015
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Sledgehammer Games has recently launched the CODE Warriors Personalization Pack for Call of Duty Black Ops 3 players who wish to up their game a little by adding cosmetic items to the gear.

The pack is currently listed on the official PlayStation Store where you can purchase it for $3.99, but there is more to it than just the aesthetic add-ons. The developers are using the money earned from the CODE Warriors Personalization Pack to help veterans fighting unemployment.

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Everything that you spend on these packs is going to go directly to help these veterans get better employment after they go out of service. Here’s what the PlayStation Store is boasting of:

When you purchase the CODE Warriors Pack, you’re helping Veterans find meaningful employment after leaving service. 100% of proceeds of the CODE Warriors Pack will go directly to help combat Veteran unemployment.

For those who do not know, CODE is short for Call of Duty Endowment. As far as the contents of the Call of Duty Endowment (CODE) Warriors Personalization Pack are concerned, you are looking at your very own exclusive weapon skin, an all-new CODE Warriors Calling Card, as well as a set of three reticles.

If you are interested in the charitable campaign, Call of Duty Endowment has its own official website where Activision is trying to raise funds that would be used to help the veterans in the same cause. You can go to their website here and donate directly if you want to.

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That being said, in parallel news, Call of Duty Points were added to Black Ops 3 yesterday, just as we speculated some time ago. You can read up on all the pricing details that have been shared by the developers right here.

Stay tuned for more on Call of Duty Black Ops 3 as well as their Call of Duty Endowment campaign.