All through the month of March, Grasp Chief voice actor Steve Downes donated his Cameo charges to a charity known as Limbitless that makes prosthetic limbs for individuals who want them. This charity drive was an enormous success, as Downes has introduced that he raised $8,000.
The cash will go towards serving to construct totally useful prosthetics to youngsters who want them for free of charge. You may see an instance of one of many prosthetics, modeled after Grasp Chief’s personal arm, within the picture beneath.
Our month of cameos for Limbitless involves an finish. Because of all who requested cameos in March, We raised over $8000 to supply totally useful prosthetics like this one freed from cost to youngsters who want them. Sustain the good work Limbitless at UCF & thanks Spartans!! pic.twitter.com/hkgpZAPKnl
— Steve Downes (@SteveDownes117) April 2, 2021
That is simply the most recent charitable effort from Downes. In 2020, throughout the peak of the pandemic, Downes donated his Cameo payments to Project C.U.R.E, which provides security gear like masks and gloves to well being staff throughout America.
Downes is returning to voice Grasp Chief as soon as extra for Halo Infinite. After a delay, the sport is slated for launch this fall on Xbox One, Xbox Collection X|S, and PC. The sport’s multiplayer component is free-to-play, and a beta is coming up.
In different information, Halo Infinite’s co-developer, Sure Affinity, lately hired a longtime Halo veteran to lead its new Canadian operations. What’s extra, Halo: The Master Chief Collection‘s large Season 6 replace is approaching April 7 with a 100 tiers of new content.