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Activision is doing its part to help the military men and women that inspired its Call of Duty franchise through the Call of Duty Endowment, a non-profit organization that helps provide job placement and training for military veterans. Today, the company announced that all sales of Modern Warfare 3 Xbox Live avatars and avatar items from December 2 through December 16 will go to benefit the charitable organization.In addition to the 30 items already available on Xbox Live for Modern Warfare 3, Activision has created two new avatars -- American Special Forces and Special Ops Juggernaut -- to go along with this charity fund drive.For more on the Call of Duty Endowment, go to the organization's official site. We commend Activision for its efforts to support America's military veterans.
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As stupid as avatars are, at least this one is going to a good cause.
that is good;disregarding the fact that every modern warfare is the same.
Appreciation to Activision for sending charity funds to my fellow military veteran brothers and sisters. Even though MW3 is just a bland rehash of MW2, your heart is in the right place. Thank you Activision from a veteran.
When gifting the check to our troops, please make sure you're not plastering Kotick's face on it. Activision will look much better for it, trust me.
Yep. Avatar clothes are now more than worth it.