Black Ops 3’s Latest DLC Contributes to Charity for Military Vets

Activision has just launched a fresh campaign for Black Ops 3 to raise money for US military veterans. The company has released a personalization pack, priced at $4.

All profits from the sale of the C.O.D.E. Warriors Personalization Pack will go directly to the Call of Duty Endowment, a charity established by Activision Blizzard boss Bobby Kotick. The charity helps veterans find careers after they leave the service.

"This is a great way to honor and assist our heroes as they return to civilian life," Call of Duty executive Rob Kostich said in a statement. "The personalization pack lets the Call of Duty community help veterans, while playing a game they love. We're grateful to our players and our platform partners for helping."

The non-profit organization has funded more than 17,500 job placements for military veterans. The organization plans to meet its target of 25,000 job placements before the end of 2018.

As for the pack, it contains three reticles, a calling card, and a custom weapon camo. You can buy it in-game.