EA Launches Project Honor Initiative to Benefit Fallen Special Ops Soldiers

June 14, 2012 -

Electronic Arts has kicked off a new initiative called Project Honor that will directly benefit families of fallen members of those who have served in Special Operations. The program, which launches alongside Medal of Honor Warfighter, will team up with several combat gear manufacturers to donate to the Navy SEAL Foundation and the Special Operations Warrior Foundation.

Those manufacturers include Kaenon, London Bridge Trading, Magpul, SureFire, and Mechanix Wear. Their gear will be featured in the game, including some that will carry the Medal of Honor brand. All of the proceeds from the sale of this merchandise will go to the Navy SEAL Foundation, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and other charities.

Medal of Honor Warfighter developer Danger Close Games will get involved in the initiative by releasing a special edition of the game for active-duty military personnel as well. It will be called Medal of Honor Warfighter Military Edition, and will be sold exclusively through online military retail store GovX. Medal of Honor Warfighter Military Edition includes all the content from the Limited Edition, along with special in-game unlocks such as the Project Honor camouflage pattern.

You can learn more about EA's initiative at www.medalofhonor.com/project-honor.

Source: Games Industry International


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Re: EA Launches Project Honor Initiative to Benefit Fallen ...

Oh... how cute... that was like reading about ruthless dictators patting kids on the head to regain some reputation...

Good lord I would be ashamed to work for EA... I mean McD is an honest living at least, but EA. *shiver*

 
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