Blizzard vil donere $250.000 til brystkræft-forskning. I Overwatch der tilføjet et pink Mercy-skin, hvor indtægterne fra salget ubeskåret går til Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Til og med den 21. maj vil du kunne støtte op om Blizzards “Be a Hero” tiltag ved at købe et pink legendary Mercy skin. Blizzard har bidraget med et blogindlæg og et par videoer fra Overwatch-udviklerne for at sætte fokus på brystkræft-research. Ganske beundringsværdigt.
Du kan se Game Director Jeff Kaplan fortælle mere om “Pink Mercy” herunder. Du kan også se lidt screenshots af den lyserøde / pink Mercy herover.
The world could always use more heroes, both in-game and out—which is why Overwatch has partnered with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to work toward a cure for breast cancer.
From May 8-21*, all sales of the Overwatch ‘Pink Mercy’ skin will benefit Breast Cancer Research Foundation and their mission to end breast cancer.
Supporting Breast Cancer Research
The Breast Cancer Research Foundation is the world’s largest private funder of breast cancer research, supporting the work of 275 scientists at leading medical and academic institutions in 15 countries across six continents.
The most common cancer in women worldwide, breast cancer is very close to the Overwatch team’s heart, with many of their friends and family having been personally affected by the devastating disease. The team is dedicated to helping advance breast cancer research, and Overwatch players can join us in supporting this noble cause.
As a brilliant scientist and the guardian angel of Overwatch, Dr. Angela Ziegler, known by her codename Mercy, has dedicated her life to helping and healing others. From May 8-21, players can show their support for breast cancer research as Mercy, in her new Pink Mercy skin.
All sales of the Overwatch ‘Pink Mercy’ skin will benefit Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Together, we can take steps toward eradicating breast cancer.
For more information on the Pink Mercy skin and related charity initiatives, please visit our official blog post. You can also download assets here, and find out more about the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at www.bcrf.org.