Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III officially launches on November 10, and the in-game store will have DLC available right away that helps support military veterans.
Activision has announced that there will be a new Call of Duty Endowment Warrior Pack available at launch. The company isn’t revealing the full contents yet, but it will contain multiple weapon blueprints, an Operator, a vehicle skin, a charm, a calling card, an emblem, and a sticker. You can see the silhouettes for all the items in the image below.
Activision said 100% of the net proceeds of this DLC pack will go to the Call of Duty Endowment. This is Activision’s charity that helps to place military veterans in civilian jobs after they leave the service. Activision says its charity has helped place more than 125,000 military veterans in jobs so far. There have been Call of Duty Endowment store bundles for numerous other Call of Duty games over the years.
Activision is releasing Modern Warfare III on November 10, the day before Veterans Day, an annual American federal holiday that honors military veterans.
Modern Warfare III is a direct sequel to 2022’s Modern Warfare II, continuing the story of Task Force 141 as they hunt down the infamous Call of Duty villain Makarov. Reviews for the campaign have begun to appear online, and critics are generally not loving it. GameSpot’s Modern Warfare III campaign review scored the game a 5/10. The multiplayer goes live on November 10, which is also when Zombies becomes available.
As for Call of Duty: Warzone, it’s getting a big new map, Urzikstan, as part of Season 1 in December.
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