If you want to help support veterans in their endeavors to seek employment, look no further than your copy of Call of Duty: WW2. The Call of Duty Endowment has teamed up with Activision and Sledgehammer Games to put together the Fear Not Personalization Pack, which can do just that.
The pack, created in tandem by Sledgehammer Games and artist Jason Heuser, includes some special items you can utilize in-game, such as a Call of Duty Endowment weapon charm, Monty division uniform, Viper weapon camo, two emblems, and two specialty calling cards.
Heuser is typically known for both video game art and political satire, and he was asked to create the imagery behind the Fear Not Personalization Pack and Premium Theme. It features Field Marshal Montgomery, FDR, and a few other familiar faces, celebrating the partnership between the United States and the UK during World War 2 and the Call of Duty Endowment's spread to the UK.
You can pick up the pack for $4.99 via Microsoft, Sony, and Steam online stores for each paltform, along with a PlayStation-exclusive theme for $3.99. PlayStation players can also pick up the Fear Not Personalization Pack, Bravery Personalization Pack, and a Call of Duty: WW2 theme all together for just $9.99. All proceeds will go toward the Endowment program's goal of helping veterans seek out high quality employment.
It's for a good cause, and it's just a few bucks, so why not pick it up?