Bungie Reveals "Guardians For Australia" T-Shirt, Other Companies Offer Gamers Deals To Help, Too
Last week, Bungie announced plans to create a special t-shirt for fans to buy as part of an effort to raise funds to help with Australia, promising they'd have the design ready to go this week. The design is now live and available on both the Bungie and Bungie EU stores, running $24.99 and €27,99 respectively. As you can see in the image above, it's actually a pretty cool design.
As stated last week, the funds will go to help with the firefighting efforts as well as animal rescue and conservation. The shirt is only available until February 18 at 9 PM Pacific. So you will want to get a move on if you want one.
While not traditionally free-to-play, we did mention last week, that CCP Games had something in the works for EVE Online players that would like to help. As of yesterday, the PLEX for GOOD for the Australian Bushfires campaign is up and running. The campaign will last until January 26 during which time players can contract PLEX in-game to the CCP PLEX for GOOD character. The real-world value of PLEX collected will be donated to the Icelandic Red Cross which will see to it that the money is sent over to the Australian Red Cross.
Oh, and while we're here, we might as well let you know about the Humble Store's Australia Fire Relief bundle. While it's also not free-to-play, it is another option for those who'd like to help. The bundle features over $400 in games at the cost of $25. No, you don't get to pick your price this time, but 100% of the proceeds will go to help with Australia's fire relief efforts.
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