Snoop Dogg voice pack coming to Call of Duty: Ghosts

CoD-Ghosts-bannerBecause of course.  Of course there’s going to be a Snoop Dogg voice pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts.  From Death Row Records, to Wrestlemanis, to Doggy Fizzle Televizzle, Snoop has pretty conquered every corner of the pop culture world, except for video games.  Well, that’s about to change.  This is not a joke,  Seriously, read on for the details.  

The announcement was made earlier today on the official Call of Duty Blog, or as Snoop would call it, the Call of Dizzle Blizzle.  In what is the first of many planned voice packs for the game, Snoop Dogg will lend his velvety falsetto to Ghost’s multiplayer component, replacing the stock announcer dude.  it’s as amazing as it sounds.  Infinity Ward took a break from wallpapering their offices with hundred dollar bills to throw together a trailer featuring the Dee Oh Double Gee.

Believe it or not, this isn’t the first time Snoop has showed up in a video game. There was Fear and Respect, an open world action game which was cancelled by Midway back in 2006. And who can forget Way of the Dogg, his rhythm-based combat game which was released last year. So now you’re covered, in case “how many video games has Snoop Dogg been in?” comes up during bar trivia.

The Snoop Dogg voice pack for Call of Duty: Ghosts will be released on April 22nd for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, and is a steal at only $2.99.  A second voice pack, featuring the frenzied, profanity filled rants of R Lee Ermey will also be released on the 22nd, along with a number of customization and personalization packs.  But who cares about all that junk?  This story’s all about Snoop.

No date was provided for when Snoop’s voice pack will be released for other systems.


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    Joe was born in a time of war. A console war. Two electronic titans were locked in a heated battle for the living rooms of America. Which titans, you ask? Well, the Fairchild Channel F and the Atari 2600 of course. You see, Joe is old. So many of his favorite games tend to be on the older side as well. But that hasn’t stopped him from developing unhealthy obsessions with such modern franchises as Halo and Mass Effect. Just don’t tell him how long it’s been since the original Metroid was released. His aging heart can’t take the shock.