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11:11 Memories Retold partners with War Child UK for DLC

The upcoming First World War-themed title, 11:11 Memories Retold will launch with a special charity DLC pack in support of War Child UK.

The expansion content follows two youngsters, Jack and Eva, the press release reads, “naïve and innocent children drawn into the dramatic events of World War I. The letters are directly inspired by real life stories from the children supported by War Child.”

Bandai Namco will donate 100 per cent of profits from sales of the DLC to War Child UK, with the additional content available November 9 for PS4, Xbox One and PC, priced at £2.99.

The DLC tie-in comes as a part of War Child’s Armistice 2018 fundraiser, which sees the charity partnering with a number of publishers and their games to promote peaceful play through November (and, of course, to raise money and awareness).

Another facet of the Armistice efforts will see a Bethesda concert on November 3, where attendees will be able to hear live renditions of themes from Fallout and the Elder Scrolls. All proceeds from ticket sales go to War Child.

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