Posted Fri, Mar 18, 2011 by Martuk
With the recent earthquake and tsunami disaster leaving Japan in shambles, game developers are coming forward to help out during the country's time of need. Square Enix has already pledged a generous donation and this weekend Global Agenda developer Hi-Rez Studios will do the same. Through this weekend, 100% of any Global Agenda sales will be donated to Japanese relief efforts. Starting today, the game will be on sale for $9.99 and anyone making a purchase from now through Monday, March 20th, 2011 will effectively be aiding Japan with their purchase.
Hi-Rez Studios Pledges 100% of Global Agenda Weekend Sales To Japan Relief
Shooter MMO On Sale For $9.99 Thru Sunday With All Proceeds Going To Red Cross
ATLANTA - March 18, 2011 - In response to the devastating earthquake and tsunami disaster in Japan, Hi-Rez Studios has pledged to donate 100% of this weekend’s website game sales to Red Cross’ Japan Earthquake and Pacific Tsunami relief effort:.
Effective 1pm EST today Friday March 18, through midnight on Sunday March 20, 2011, the Shooter MMO Global Agenda is being discounted to $9.99 on the Hi-Rez Studios web store (down from the regular price of $29.99) and all game sale proceeds will be donated toward relief activities.
This promotion and donation opportunity is available to gamers world-wide at www.globalagendagame.com/japanrelief.
Global Agenda community members and supporters are encouraged to spread the word about this weekend donation opportunity, as well as other efforts around the world to help the people of Japan. Additional donations can be made by visiting the Red Cross website.
About Hi-Rez Studios
Hi-Rez Studios, Inc, located just outside of Atlanta GA, was established in 2005 to create exceptional online interactive entertainment. In February 2010 the company released the squad-based Shooter-MMO Global Agenda. Hi-Rez is currently developing other competitive online games including Tribes: Ascend.
For more information, visit www.hirezstudios.com