Activision, which has built much of its fortune thanks to the Call of Duty series, over the past 10 years has helped over 54,000 war veterans to build a new life and get a job back home through the Call of Duty Endowment organization.
However, the company does not intend to stop here. To support his ambitions, which aim to achieve a total of 100,000 war veterans by 2024, he launched a new initiative, this time selling a very special kart for Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled, called The Firehawk. This is the first vehicle ever to resemble the appearance of an aeroplane, which makes it even more special. At the moment, it can only be purchased in the United States of America, at a price of $5, and in the United Kingdom, at £3.99. Being a charitable initiative, all proceeds from the sale will be donated to non-profit funds in the two countries in question. Meanwhile, Activision and Beenox are working to make it available elsewhere.
We take the opportunity to remind you that the Spooky Grand Prix of Crash Team Racing started yesterday October 4th: Nitro-Fueled, which introduced a lot of new content into the game, such as Nina’s Nightmare track and the characters of Nina Cortex, Komodo Moe and Dr. N. Brio to unlock.