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Call of Duty: WWII’s new in-game items to help vets find jobs

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The Call of Duty series has always been about honouring soldiers. But now Activision Blizzard is taking that one step further with the Fear Not personalisation pack that is now available to buy in Call of Duty: WWII. It’s a bundle of cosmetic items that can be bought to help military veterans in the US and UK find employment.

The Fear Not pack, which you can buy either through Steam or in the in-game store, includes a Monty division uniform, a new weapon camo for the Viper, two emblems, and two specialty calling cards. It costs $4.99 USD with all proceeds going to Call of Duty Endowment’s efforts to find high-quality employment for military veterans.

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The Call of Duty Endowment has made this kind of pack available before. The Endowment Bravery pack for Call of Duty: WWII came out in December, and they created the Endowment Brass pack for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered last year.

Until now, proceeds have gone exclusively to employment programs for American veterans. The Call of Duty Endowment has recently expanded into the UK, and the funds raised with the new Fear Not pack will benefit British vets as well.

Call of Duty Endowment executive director Dan Goldenberg announced that the organisation has raised more than $3.8 million to help veterans find rewarding careers through their partnerships with Sledgehammer Games, PlayStation, and Xbox.

“We want to thank Call of Duty gamers and our partners for their continued support, without which we could not have helped thousands of vets,” Goldenberg says.

The Call of Duty Endowment is a non-profit and was founded in 2009 by Activision Blizzard Robert Kotick. The group’s current goal is to find jobs for 50,000 veterans by 2019.

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