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‘Call of Duty: Mobile’ launches Endowment Freedom Pack to help employ veterans

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In view of the Call of Duty Endowment program, Activision released a Freedom Pack on Call of Duty: Mobile to help real-life veterans.

The Activision’s Call of Duty: Mobile constantly release a few special packs in-game. The C.O.D.E. Freedom Pack is extra special as it is for a charity cause that’ll help U.S. veterans get employed.

The Call of Duty: Mobile special customization pack

Per the recent community update on Activision’s Reddit community page, 100% of the net proceeds coming from the Freedom Pack will go to the Endowment program.

GameRant reports that the contents of the pack are “purely aesthetic.” The items sport an ole’ American theme with “red, white, and blue” skin variants.

Originally, the pack was supposed to be offered on July 1 until July 16. However, due to some system errors—based on CoDM‘s Tweet reply to one fan—the pack was pulled out. Nevertheless, a recent tweet update revealed that the pack is now live again on the in-game store.

Per Activision’s announcement, the items included in the Freedom pack are:

  • M16 – Hot and Cold: Sport this cool camo while exceling at mid-range engagements with the M16.
  • MW11 – Hot and Cold: A strong secondary, get the MW11- Hot and Cold for a quick swap when your primary runs dry.
  • Parachute: Equip this distinct parachute for your drop into the expanded Battle Royale map. Show off your support as you sail through the skies, then land and show the enemy you mean business.
  • Wingsuit: Soar for freedom with the Freedom Pack wingsuit.
  • Frag Grenade – Hot and Cold: Throw your support behind veterans and equip the Hot and Cold camo, before you toss this equipment at the enemy.
  • Calling Card:  Show your support in the lobby with this Endowment calling card.
  • Emblem: This emblem includes the Endowment’s signature logo.

All of which are playable for Multiplayer and Battle Royale mode.

What is the Call of Duty Endowment?

Activision Blizzard‘s CEO, Bobby Kotick, founded this non-profit organization called Call of Duty Endowment. The NGO aims to “help veterans find high-quality careers by supporting groups that prepare them for the job market and by raising awareness of the value vets bring to the workplace.”

The Call of Duty: Mobile Freedom pack was launched to help raise more funds for the vet, after the result of the recent survey. Accordingly, there was a “major increase” in the number of veterans needing jobs today, considering the difficult situation the world is in, most especially in the United States, where reported unemployment skyrocketed during the pandemic.

Images [1] & [2] courtesy of COD_Mobile_Official/Reddit, Activision Blog

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