Call of Duty WW2 has received another batch of cosmetic upgrades, but these are specifically aimed at raising charity for an honorable cause.
The Call of Duty Endowment Bravery Pack features an exclusive in-game helmet, calling card, and emblem. The bundle is available now for $4.99 across all three major platforms, and was incidentally part of the Call of Duty WW2 Pro Edition for free.
For those unaware, “Call of Duty Endowment” is a non-profit organization that works to help veterans find “high-quality” careers after they have completed their military service. All proceeds from the Bravery Pack will go directly to Activision, from where the funds will be used for this very program.
The downloadable content pack can be purchased from the in-game store, the respective store of each of the three platforms, or participating retailers. Those who wish to give back to their veterans can show their support now.
Speaking about additional purchases, Call of Duty Points were introduced to the game last week. The premium in-game currency can be used by players in microtransactions for various digital goodies. This includes getting rare-level Supply Drops (loot boxes) in the multiplayer mode and Zombies Crates (more loot boxes) in the Zombies mode.
Call of Duty WW2 is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It earned an astonishing $500 million on its opening weekend. The developer has been fairly active in addressing any concerns that the community might have, which is always a positive sign for betterment in the long run.