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Activision, Call of Duty: Black Ops II developer Treyarch, and Microsoft are banding together to give you a sizable discount on Black Ops II's Personalization Packs as well as a way for you to help veterans.
Starting tomorrow (October 8) through October 14, players can purchase Personalization Packs for the game via Xbox Live at a 25-percent discount. All profits will go towards the Call of Duty Endowment – a nonprofit organization set up by Activision to help returning veterans find jobs.
Personalization Packs offer a themed gun skin, three reticles, and a calling card.
For more on the Endowment, check out this Game Informer interview with Activision Publishing CEO Eric Hirshberg and Infinity Ward executive producer Mark Rubin.
Our Take:The Personalization Packs only cost $2 – before the discount – which might not sound like a big donation, but at such a low cost it should be a no-brainer decision for a good cause.
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I have personally lost all interest in COD, battlefield, and pretty much everything else since GTA V came out. It's for a good cause, but I gotta pass.
nice, only reason for me to get on black ops 2 just for this, i'll buy two of them
A pink gun?! Well, that'll keep you camouflaged in battle. . .
Time to jump on that bacon pack.
what again pack call of duty black ops II?