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A selection of Kojima Productions charity merch is being sold to support the Australian RSCPA. The Death Stranding developer has created a digital avatar and a special t-shirt to help out Aussie animals in the wake of the bushfire crisis.
As you may be aware, Australia has dealt with a pretty bad bushfire season very recently. While the crisis is coming to a close, a lot of damage has been done and they need all the help that they can get. Hideo Kojima’s development company has decided to step up and chip in with something special.
The first item is a limited-time t-shift featuring “Connect for Australia” on the front and the Kojima Productions logo, priced at $25.00. The second item is a digital avatar featuring the same logo and priced from $1–$50, depending on how much you’d like to donate.
Proceeds from these sales will benefit the Australian branch of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, an organization that’s surely in dire need of funds now that they have to help out so many critters after the wildfire crisis. You can check out the Kojima Productions charity merch for yourself at the company’s official store.
We here at Kojima Productions wanted to help Australia recover from the bushfires that began at the end of last year. For eligible products, proceeds will be donated to The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), Australian branch.https://t.co/ZUImJZX3lH pic.twitter.com/mKrDifhC4C
— KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS (Eng) (@KojiPro2015_EN) February 10, 2020