You may have heard the news that Call of Duty Endowment Timeless Pack has been launched. And then now, you want to have it. But, how to get it? Also, what items are included in the Call of Duty Endowment Timeless Pack? You can get the information about the pack here.
Items Included in Call Of Duty Endowment Timeless Pack
In the Call of Duty Endowment Pack, there are nine CODE-themed cosmetic items. What items are there? You are able to check from the list below.
- “Timeless Destroyer” Type 99 Blueprint
- “Blast From the Past” 1911 Blueprint
- “Passed Down” Epic Watch
- “Get Cracking” Legendary Reticle
- “Snap ’n Go” Legendary Charm
- “Stick to Your Guns” Legendary Sticker
- “Badge of Honor” Legendary Emblem
- “On the Frontlines” Legendary Calling Card
- “Trademark” Legendary Spray
As explained on the PlayStation Store, if you buy the Call of Duty Endowment (CODE) Timeless Pack for Call of Duty, it means that you support U.S. and U.K. military veterans. It is also explained that the full purchase price for this special item, less VAT, will be given as a donation to the Call of Duty Endowment (EIN: 37-1589072). The Call of Duty Endowment positions unemployed and underemployed veterans in the U.S. and U.K. into high quality jobs and if you buy this pack, you will directly give contribution to the Endowment’s mission.
The offer will end after it reaches $3.5 million USD.
How to Buy Vanguard Call of Duty Endowment Timeless Pack
The Call of Duty Endowment Timeless Pack can be bought in Vanguard’s Store tab and the price is $9.99 or £8.39. The thing that you have to do to buy this pack is to launch Call of Duty: Vanguard and then you have to scroll across to the Store tab. You will see that it may be the only Bundle on offer.
It is important for you to note that it is bought with your card directly so that you will not be able to use any saved up CoD Points.
The System Requirements
According to the Battle Net site, here are the minimum requirements for this pack.
- The operating system must be Windows 10 64 Bit and make sure it is the latest update.
- For the video, it must be the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 or AMD Radeon RX 470 – DirectX 12.0 compatible system.
- The storage must be 36 GB at Launch (multiplayer and zombies only), 177 GB all game modes.
- The processor must be Intel Core i30-4340 or AMD FX-6300.
- The memory must be at least 8GB RAM.
- The internet must be a Broadband Internet connection.
And here are the recommended specifications for this pack.
- The operating system must be Windows 10 64 Bit (latest update) or Windows 11 64 Bit and make sure it is the latest update.
- For the video, it must use the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580 – DirectX 12.0 compatible system.
- The storage must be 177 GB.
- The processor must be Intel Core i5-2500k or AMD Ryzen 5 1600X.
- The memory must be 12 GB RAM.
- The internet must be Broadband Internet Connection.
About Call of Duty Endowment
As explained above, if you buy this pack, the full price will be donated to the Call of Duty Endowment. But, what is Call of Duty Endowment? You can read more about it here according to Wikipedia.
The Call of Duty Endowment is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation and it is co-created by Bobby Kotick who is the CEO of gaming company Activision Blizzard. This foundation is created to help U.S. and then UK military veterans to find high quality careers. Non-profit organizations that help former service members transition to civilian careers after their military service are funded by Endowment.
How was this foundation built? Kotick and Brian Kelly co-founded the Call of Duty Endowment in 2009. The aim is to handle the high unemployment rate for young U.S. veterans who had dedicated to post-9/11 conflicts.
Kotick said that the idea for creating Endowment came from a conversation with Jim Nicholson who is a former Veteran’s Administration Secretary. At that time, Kotick wanted to fund arts programs for veterans. However, Nicholas suggested to him that the most effective way to help veterans was to discover jobs for them.
Then, in 2009, the Endowment made its first donation of $125,000 to the Paralyzed Veterans of America to help open a vocational rehabilitation center. Then, from 2009 to 2011, several small and medium-sized grants were offered by the Endowment to nonprofit organizations. However, the board then became concerned that they were not able to measure the impact of the grants and paused grant making.
In 2013, a Navy veteran and experienced business executive named Dan Goldenberg was hired as executive director. Then, the strategy was changed by the Endowment to only target supporting organizations with a track record which is proven of placing veterans into high quality jobs.
In the same year, this foundation began the ‘Seal of Distinction’ grant program where it identifies and recognizes non-profit organizations that are successful in placing veterans in quality jobs.
In 2017, this foundation made an announcement that it would expand its efforts to include veterans in the United Kingdom. The first UK organizations to be awarded the Seal of Distinction and grants are RFEA and Walking With The Wounded.
As explained on the organization website, the main grantees are AMVETS, Hire Heroes USA, JVS SoCal, Operation: Job Ready Veterans, The Forces Employment Charity (RFEA), Vet Jobs Powered by Corporate America Supports You, Salvation Army Community Integration Services, US VETS, Veterans Inc., Still Serving Veterans, Walking With The Wounded and Workshops for Warriors.
Call of Duty Endowment got a number of awards. Some of them are Golden Halo Gold Award in Best Social Service Initiative in 2018, Golden Halo Awards for Best Digital Campaign in 2016 and 2017, the Cynopsis Social Good Award in the category of Nonprofit/ Corporate Partnership in 2017, and a Vetty Award presented by the Academy of the United States Veterans Foundation in the Employment category.
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