Call of Duty games are known to have tons of interesting personalization packs, which makes the games more diverse and interesting. This is the main reason why players still get to play age-old games, as long as they are remastered.
Now, Activision is stepping up their game as it takes on a humanitarian approach to help real-life soldiers. According to WWG, the game developer had announced that a new Call of Duty Endowment Brass Personalization Pack, which is also called as C.O.D.E. has just been released last Feb. 16.
New COD: Modern Warfare Remastered DLC Update To Help Real-Life Soldiers
However, this DLC is more than just a mere update to the game because it aims to help the Call of Duty Endowment Group. The group has been very effective in helping the lives of veteran soldiers, as they aid them in finding employment.
The new DLC pack features a weapon camo that has a very recognizable American design, thanks to the stars and stripes theme put on it. It also has its own emblem, specially made reticule and a personalized calling card.
More Than Just Playing The Game
According to Game Spot, there is still no official word as to the price of the DLC pack. However, reports suggest that it is speculated to be around $5, as it is the standard price for similar packs in the game's online store.
Getting to buy the DLC would surely be more than just looking better in the game, thanks to the American design players get for their equipments. It would be also be very helpful in aiding the real-life American soldiers who have risked their lives for the safety of everyone.
"Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered" is available in the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. It is also part of the "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Legacy Edition".