You can find the ‘Bundle for Ukraine’ on itch.io, it contains 991 items and for a minimum donation of $10 you’ll get everything.
The bundle includes around 600 games, 300 tabletop RPGs, soundtracks and a plethora of comics, zines and books.
All the money raised will be shared between two charities that aim to help the citizens of Ukraine both during and after the Russian invasion.
The two charities are Voice of Children a Ukrainian company that works with children to help them cope with PTSD and the horrors of war. The other is International Medical Corps which are providing assistance in the region.
Just a few of the games included in the bundle are:
- Kingdom Two Crowns
- Baba is You
- Jotun: Valhalla Edition
- TowerFall Ascension
This bundle is the most recent example of the video game industry taking a stance during the Russian invasion, whether that’s raising funds to support Ukraine or cutting all ties with Russia.
As well as this bundle, Pokémon Company International have shared last week that they are donating £200,000 to aid with humanitarian support to Ukraine, other companies have published messages of support for Ukraine, Ubisoft, Embracer Group, CD Projekt Red, with the latter two committing to donations.
In an open letter to Xbox and PlayStation Mykhailo Fedorov, Ukraine’s Deputy Prime Minister called for them to “block all Russian and Belorussian accounts, temporarily stop the participation of Russian and Belorussian teams and gamers in all international esports events”…
PlayStation has pulled the sale of Gran Turismo 7 while Microsoft has suspended all sales of products and stopped all services in Russia.
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