For the Call of Duty Endowment veterans’ fund, Activision and the charity group Omaze have announced a new incentive. In anticipation of the upcoming game Call of Duty: Black Ops III and the accompanying zombie mode, Nolan North will call five random supporters if their goal of $5,000 in 48 hours is reached. He will personally thank them in the voice of German zombie scientist Dr. Richtofen from the game.
This is just the most recent incentive announced for the charity campaign that Activision announced at Comic-Con. All contributors have a chance to be selected to become a zombie in Black Ops III. The winner will be flown to Treyarch’s headquarters in California and have lunch with the team and studio head, Mark Lamia. They will also take a tour of the studio and get their name featured in a zombie mode level. Other donation incentives include t-shirts, in-game calling cards, and a Juggernog mini-fridge signed by the Treyarch team!
The Call of Duty Endowment fund is a nonprofit charity organization that helps veterans find work after returning from service. Bobby Kotick, Activision CEO, began this cause in 2009 and has already spent millions to help veterans find jobs. If you would like to donate to this cause, you may do so via Omaze here.