Team Fortress 2 - Charity Event

There's currently a charity event in Team Fortress 2 for japan.

The tradegy in japan caused Valve to implement a charity event in Team Fortress 2. You can buy three different and limited in-game hats, the "Humanitarian's Hachimaki" ($7.99), the "Benefactor's Kanmuri" ($19.99) and the most prestigious "Magnanimous Monarch" ($99.99) will be available until April 6, 2011. All three hats can be worn by all classes, but cannot be traded or used for crafting.

Source: teamfortress.com

19 Kommentare:

Jay.CA said...

very nice of valve. stay strong Japan!

rinns said...

$100 for a hat in teamfortress 2. I mean.. Hatfortress 2. lol.

Every Day said...

They've already raised quite a sum.

mac-and-me said...

that is quite cool

SOMS said...

good to see a big company as valve giving to charity

metaphysicalfarms said...

That is so nice of them!

honkhonkpt said...

It's nice to see all these companies helping out Japan.

Alixander said...

At least these hats are for a good cause.

Colin B said...

that's great of them :D Haven't played TF2 in a while

Aaron M. Gipson said...

I love that they are doing this, and I love even more that they stuck with traditional Japanese "hats" for the accessory. This was a really cool read...

ed said...

i support valve

Painkiller! said...

Great Idea from Valve
but...
I don´t play TF D:

Electric Addict said...

that is nice of valve

Anton Nuemus said...

nice post
btw your background gave me eye-cancer :D

GroundZero said...

nice post, and nice background. it gave me. wood.

lolcifer said...

The Japanese will be outraged when they realize Valve is donating hats to them instead of money.

oops.i.pood said...

wow, thats pretty decent of them. I just wish they would donate a portion of the actual game sales, I would totally buy tf2 to help japan..

Daisy said...

Nice blog! Following :)
I love it when game companies give a helping hand!

Mr Bouchard said...

That's a pretty great idea. Not enough huge corporations do these kind of things nowadays!

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