Electronic Arts and Sony Pictures are teaming up in a "unique, philanthropic-directed, cross-promotional partnership" that will result in a $1 million minimum donation to charities benefiting the nation’s veterans.
Your part is easy and awesome: You just have to download the just-announced Medal of Honor: Warfighter Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack, and EA will donate a portion of map pack sales as part of its commitment to give back at least $1 million through its Project HONOR campaign for veterans.
The map pack is based on locations from upcoming war flick Zero Dark Thirty, and will be available for sale in North America the week of December 17, in conjunction with the theatrical debut of Zero Dark Thirty, for $9.99.
Here's the official description of the Medal of Honor: Warfighter Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack:
"The Medal of Honor Warfighter Zero Dark Thirty Map Pack includes two new multiplayer maps inspired by real world locations. Set in one of the most dangerous hotspots in the world, the first map is Darra Gun Market, Pakistan’s flourishing arms bazaar. Darra, the largest illegal arms market in the world, is a tribal land based on two principles – hospitality and revenge. No police are allowed to enter the area and the laws are made by the tribal leader. The second location is Chitral, which sits in the far north of Pakistan, bounded by Afghanistan to the west and China to the north. It is a remote, rugged area governed by tribes that will not allow even the Pakistani army to operate there."
The game comes out on October 23, but if you want a little advance word on what it will be like, check out our Medal of Honor Warfighter preview.