PUBG is raising funds for Australia with a limited-edition frying pan

The bush fires that have ravaged Australia over the past several months are now “contained” thanks in large part to the onset of heavy rains—which, unfortunately, has also resulted in major flooding, damaging winds, and dangerous surf. But the devastation left behind, including 33 deaths, an estimated 3000 homes destroyed, and as many as one million animals lost, must still be dealt with. To help with that effort, PUBG Corporation has released a limited-edition charity frying pan skin for Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds, with all funds raised earmarked for Australian fire relief.

The Australia Fire Relief Pan, as it’s poetically named, features original art (of a koala and a kangaroo, naturally) by community artist @SWatercolour. It will be available from today until March 18 for $3 on PC, while console players will be able to purchase it from February 27 to March 26 for 300 G-Coins. Once the sales are concluded, funds raised will be donated in a lump sum to an as-yet-unnamed charity.

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