All proceeds from the Call of Duty Outback Relief pack will go to Australian wildfire relief, Infinity Ward announced Saturday.
"As part of our efforts to help provide relief toward the devastating bushfires in Australia, we're donating 100% of Activison's net proceeds from each purchase of the 'Outback' pack, which we've re-named the Outback Relief pack, across all platforms through January 31st," Infinity Ward wrote on Twitter.
Call of Duty Outback Pack Relief Raises Money for Australian Wildfire Fighting
The Call of Duty Outback Relief pack includes the Bushranger operator skin, the Big Game sniper rifle blueprint, a koala charm, the Try Harder sticker, the Gun Art calling card, the Hungry operator quip, the Stick 'n' Knife finishing move and a single battle pass tier skip. Players can purchase it for 1,800 COD points — around $18.
Activision has not announced which organizations will receive the donations. The company did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
"From everyone at Infinity Ward, Call of Duty and Activision, thank you for your consideration," Infinity Ward wrote. "Our hearts go out to all those who have been affected."