Publisher Activision Blizzard announced its bringing back the Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack for Warzone and Modern Warfare this month. This comes as the publisher proudly revealed that the non-profit foundation had achieved its goal of placing 100,000 veterans "into high-quality jobs".
According to the official announcement post, the bundle makes its return to Call of Duty, in which purchases will help support them in reaching its goal of placing more veterans in worthwhile employment. Here's a breakdown of every item featured in the Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack and how to purchase it.
How to get the Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack
According to the official announcement, "The Call of Duty Endowment identifies and funds the most efficient and effective organisations that get unemployed veterans back to work. Beyond funding, the Endowment partners with grantees to provide an array of advice and support aimed at maximising impact."
Players can purchase the Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack from the PlayStation Store, the Microsoft Store, and the Battle.net Shop. The bundle costs around $9.99 and will be sold until Activision raises $2 million for the cause.
What items are included in the C.O.D.E. Defender Pack?
Once players have purchased the Defender Pack from the storefronts mentioned earlier, they can equip or use these items in Warzone and Modern Warfare. The following items are included with the Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack:
- "The Defender" Rare Pistol Weapon Blueprint with custom-themed Optic and Reticle
- "Hot and Cold" Weapon Camo
- "Old School" Epic Watch
- "Honor the Call" Rare Weapon Charm
- "Endowment" Rare Weapon Sticker
- "Secret C.O.D.E." Rare Spray
- "C.O.D.E. All Star" Rare Spray
- "Zoomin" Rare Emblem
- "Flat Back" Rare Emblem
- "Sturdy Stripes" Rare Emblem
- "Hooah" Rare Calling Card
As we've mentioned earlier, the Defender Pack offer will end once the program reaches its $2 million milestones. However, the Call of Duty Endowment project had reached its goal earlier than anticipated, with additional support from Activision Blizzard, who contributed $30 million to the cause.
- Warzone AR tier list - Every Assault Rifle ranked from best to worst for Pacific Season 3
- Warzone SMG tier list - Every Submachine Gun ranked from best to worst for Pacific Season 3
- Warzone LMG tier list - Every Light Machine Gun ranked from best to worst for Pacific Season 3
- Warzone Sniper tier list - Every Sniper ranked from best to worst for Pacific Season 3
Therefore, if you've ever wanted to support veterans of war while getting free Call of Duty items simultaneously, this is the perfect time to do so. The arrival of the Defender Pack for Warzone and Modern Warfare comes during Military Appreciation Month, in which you can place 100,000 more veterans "into high-quality jobs".
So that's everything you need to know about the Call of Duty Endowment Defender Pack. Support this amazing initiative by purchasing the Defender Pack today.
For more on the iconic FPS franchise, check out our section dedicated to Call of Duty news, updates, guides, tips, tier lists, loadouts and more.
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