Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Outback pack donate Australia wildfire relief

Australia’s going through a tough time right now, but some video game developers are looking to lend a hand. After Ubisoft and Bungie announced their own programs to help out, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare developer Infinity Ward is doing its part. The company has announced that it has renamed its previously released Outback pack for the hit multiplayer game to the Outback Relief pack. Furthermore, all of its sales for the month of January will go to Australian wildfire relief.

Outback pack to help the Outback

It’s simple, really. You just need to head to the game’s shop and locate the Outback pack, or the Outback Relief pack as it’s now known. Once you spot it, pay for it using whatever means of credit you have. And from there, proceeds will automatically donate to the fund. This is including all platforms — Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

The company noted on its Twitter account over the weekend that it’s doing its part to help “provide relief” as part of the fundraising. It’s “part of our efforts to help provide relief towards the devastating bushfires in Australia.” You can check out the tweet below.

And if you purchased the Outback pack prior to the announcement, don’t worry. Infinity Ward will still donate the proceeds from that sale to those in need over in Australia.

The fundraising event takes place through January 31, so you’ve still got time to contribute and do your part. “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.”

If you haven’t picked up Call of Duty: Modern Warfare as of yet, it’s currently available in the store. Check out the trailer below and grab yourself an Outback pack to do some good — and take out your friends, of course.

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