From Microsoft to Sony and the Studios Behind Call of Duty, Here's How Developers Honor Memorial Day
Today is Memorial Day, and many Americans celebrate and remember those that fell serving their country in the Armed Forces.
Developers are no exception, and they are celebrating the holiday on Social Media, both with official and personal accounts.
Below you can check out how they’re remembering those who sacrificed their life on the field:
Thank you to all of the men & women in the Armed Forces who have bravely & selflessly served our country. #MemorialDay
— Xbox Jobs (@xboxjobs) May 26, 2014
On this #MemorialDay, we remember those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to uphold the freedoms we hold dear. We are forever grateful.
— Treyarch Studios (@Treyarch) May 25, 2015
Today, Bungie is closed in observance of the US holiday of Memorial Day, honoring brave heroes who fell in battle.
— Bungie (@Bungie) May 25, 2015
Some Drawn to Death doodles. Have a safe Memorial Day! What are your plans for today? pic.twitter.com/svPqDfIiYw
— Sony San Diego (@SonySanDiego) May 25, 2015
Happy Memorial Day Community! A special thanks & appreciation to veterans around the world. We are lucky to have so many military backers <3 — CSE (@CityStateGames) May 25, 2015
#MemorialDay We are eternally grateful for the men and women who serve and put it all on the line to protect our freedom. Thank you!
— Volition (@DSVolition) May 27, 2013
— Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) May 25, 2015
Happy Memorial Day. Thanks, honor, and respect to all those who have sacrificed for our country.
— Sean Slayback (@slaypiece) May 26, 2014
And here at DualShockers, we join in honoring those who gave their life fighting for our freedom, including the freedom to develop and play games with no restriction or censorship, which is much less of a given than some would believe.