Prepare yourselves, Long Beach, Calif.-born rapper Snoop Dogg is coming to Infinity Ward’s “Call of Duty: Ghosts.”
Players will be able to swap out the normal multiplayer announcer in the first-person shooter for the artist’s well-known voice.
"What interests me most about the project is that my voice could be connected with a game that's so hip and so hood. It says alot. It's associated with greatness," Snoop Dogg, 42, said.
Along with the lines Los Angeles, Calif.-based Infinity Ward wrote for the rapper, Snoop added his own “Snoopisms.
Squad member active. A brother from another mother.
Ballistic vest ready. Those are some fine-ass threads.
Rack up points by reaching the enemy portal, you dig?
Don't stop! Cap 'em and shank 'em.
The downloadable content will be available on April 22 for the Xbox Live for $3. Other platforms will follow. A “Drill Instructor” voice pack will also launch the same day, featuring actor R. Lee Ermey, or the drill sergeant from 1987’s “Full Metal Jacket” and 2001’s “Saving Silverman.”
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