EA has announced Project Honor, a program “dedicated to raising awareness and generating charitable contributions for fallen warriors from the Special Operations Community in honor of the sacrifices they and their families have made for their country.”
Through unique partnerships programs with EA for Medal of Honor: Warfighter, weapon and gear manufacturers which equip the Special Operations Community including: Kaenon, London Bridge Trading, Magpul, SureFire, Mechanix Wear and others, will donate to the Navy SEAL Foundation and the Special Operations Warrior Foundation for the benefit of Project Honor.
These manufacturers will also have their products featured in the game, and select partners have signed up to create and sell Medal of Honor themed merchandise in which 100% of the proceeds will go to the Navy SEAL Foundation, the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and other charities.
London Bridge Trading Company will offer an entire line of gear showcasing “an exclusive Project Honor camouflage pattern.”
“This partnership with EA and Medal of Honor will raise awareness on the work we do to help the families of fallen Special Operations warriors and facilitate contributions that help provide college scholarships for surviving children and financial assistance to families of severely wounded special operations warriors,” said John T. Carney, Jr., Special Operations Warrior Foundation president. “This is a great way to give back to some of our country’s greatest warriors.”
Danger Close Games also announced today the Medal of Honor: Warfighter – Military Edition, made exclusively for active, reserve and former U.S. military.
GovX, Inc., which sells exclusively to verified military, law enforcement and related government personnel and their families, will sell the Military Edition of the game.
It includes the Medal of Honor: Warfighter Limited Edition as well as exclusive in-game unlocks, including use of the Project Honor camouflage pattern.