War Child’s fundraising efforts have seen them partner with game developers on a number of occasions in the past few years, and their Armistice fundraising initiative sees them working with Bandai Namco, Aardman and DigixArt to create some thematic DLC for 11-11: Memories Retold.
When the game releases on 9th November, just prior to Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday, the War Child Charity DLC will also be available for £2.99, with proceeds going to the charity and their work to help children affected by war across the world.
It will add letters, drawings and photographs for you to find throughout the game, telling the story of Jack and Eva as they are caught up in World War I.
11-11 is far from the only game involved in the Armistice drive, with other the following games and developers set to lend their support in various ways:
- ABZÛ (505 Games)
- Broken Sword 5 (Revolution Games)
- Democracy 3 (Positech)
- Dick Wilde // Snipers Vs Thieves (PlayStack)
- Guns of Boom (Game Insight)
- Imperia Online JSC (Imperia Online)
- Lords Mobile (IGG Inc)
- Machinarium (Amanita Design)
- March of Empires // War Planet Online (Gameloft)
- Mini Metro (Dinosaur Polo Club)
- Prison Architect // Scanner Sombre (Introversion Software)
- RiME (Six Foot)
- Shadowgun Legends (Madfinger Games)
- The Respawnables (Digital Legends)
- The Talos Principle (Devolver Digital)
- War Wings (Miniclip, Tencent, Mobile Fish)
- World of Tanks (Wargaming Europe)
Also, on 3rd November, Bethesda Game Studios in Concert will be a live performance of music from Fallout and The Elder Scrolls at London’s Hammersmith Apollo, which is another way to support War Child UK.
Source: press release