Activision have renamed the new Outback bundle to Outback Relief and will be donating 100 per cent of their net proceeds to help those who are fighting the devastating bushfires in Australia.
A couple of days ago, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare players over at Reddit came up with a brilliant idea to help organisations who are fighting to stop the devastating bushfires in Australia. In a Reddit post that quickly received over 32k upvotes, one Redditor suggested that Activision donate all the money from the sales of Outback bundle to Australia to help to stop the fire.
Many Redditors agreed and started to share the post all over the social media, tagging the developers to spread the message and get Activision to notice their idea. Luckily, Activision have responded and they the community's proposal.
That's why Activision renamed the Outback bundle to Outback Relief and will be donating 100 per cent of their net proceeds to help those who are fighting to stop the devastating bushfires. Here is the announcement in full:
"As part of our efforts to help provide relief toward the devastating bushfires in Australia, we're donating 100 per cent of Activision's net proceeds from each purchase of the Outback pack, which we've renamed The Outback Relief Pack, across all platforms through 31 January.
If you've already purchased The Outback Pack, thank you. Your purchase will count toward donation. From everyone at Infinity Ward, Call of Duty and Activision, thank you for your consideration. Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected"
The Outback Relief Pack is available in the in-game store and it includes several, Australian-themed items such as Bushranger operator skin for D-Day, a cute Koala charm for your weapon named Killoala and Tasmanian Devil sticker Try Harder. You can see the full package in the image above.