Call of Duty Endowment Personalization Pack Now Available In Infinite Warfare

Help support active Combat Veterans and their families. 

A new personalization pack is now available in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare as part of Activision’s initiative to draw attention to its Call of Duty Endowment program. The personalization pack, which is titled “Courage,” is available for both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Infinite Warfare at a $4.99 price point.

The pack includes an exclusive weapon camo, weapon accessory, scope reticle, profile calling card, and profile emblem.

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According to a press release from Activision, all proceeds from the Infinite Warfare Courage personalization pack will be donated to the Call of Duty Endowment program, a non-profit organization which helps Combat Veterans find high-quality jobs after leaving active service:

“When you purchase the C.O.D.E. Courage personalization pack, you’re helping Veterans find meaningful employment after leaving service. 100% of proceeds received by Activision will be donated to the Call of Duty Endowment and will go directly to funding non-profits that place Veterans into high-quality jobs.”

The Courage personalization pack can be purchased via Infinite Warfare’s in-game store or through the PSN Store/Xbox Live marketplace.

For more on Call of Duty here at Opshead, learn more about Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’s first multiplayer content update, how you can purchase the last-gen Black Ops Trilogy bundle,  and the addition of the Terminal map to all Infinite Warfare playlists.

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