Call Of Duty Veterans’ Charity expands to the UK with new Black Ops 3 content

The Call of Duty Endowment, a charity fund that helps veterans find work after serving in the military, is expanding to the UK. The US foundation was set up by Activision CEO Bobby Kotick in 2009 and will now help UK veterans find work.

Activision says the program has already placed more than 37,000 US veterans into full-time employment. It will now look to do the same in the UK and is looking for partner charities in the region to make it happen.

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Lecture en cours: Call Of Duty: Diffusion en direct de la bêta privée de la Seconde Guerre mondiale

Pour aider à financer le programme britannique, un nouveau pack de contenu pour Call of Duty : Black Ops III est disponible dès maintenant. Le pack – qui comprend une carte de visite animée et trois livraisons rares – est disponible dès maintenant, tous les bénéfices des consommateurs britanniques étant reversés au fonds de dotation.

Dans d’autres nouvelles de Call of Duty, l’éditeur Activision a taquiné plus de jeux historiques potentiels après la Seconde Guerre mondiale. “Je ne peux pas révéler des choses sur l’ardoise qui sont décalées de plusieurs années”, a-t-il déclaré. “Mais non je ne vois pas forcément [Call of Duty: WWII] once ; I think WWII and historical contexts more broadly is very rich territory, and I think there’s every chance that it will become an area that we explore more than once.”

The beta for the upcoming WWII game ended last weekend. Developer Sledgehammer said it will incorporate feedback from the beta into the final game, which will launch in November on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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