11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD to Receive Charity DLC

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11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD | Featured

Bandai Namco has announced a charity DLC pack for its upcoming 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD title. This DLC is made possible through a partnership between Bandai Namco and War Child UK, a charity that provides support for children and young people affected by war. The DLC side-story will follow the lives of two children, Jack and Eva, who are pulled into the chaos of World War I. Their story will be told through a series of letters, drawings, and photographs inspired by real-life stories from children supported by War Child UK.


Both 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD and its charity DLC are set to release on November 9, 2018. They will both be available to purchase for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam. Proceeds from the DLC pack will be donated to War Child UK to help support its cause. For more information on the game itself or the DLC, head to Bandai Namco’s official website. You can also check out one of our earlier articles which features the initial character trailer.


SOURCE: Press Release

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