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Rapper, actor, esports entrepreneur, and now a Call of Duty operator, Snoop Dogg is now available as a playable character in the first-person shooter video game.
Is there anything he can’t do?
The infamous Doggfather has graced three Call of Duty games across Mobile, Vanguard, and Warzone with his own Operator bundle.
This means Snoop Doggy D will have his own biography, voice lines, progression path, and even his own preferred weapon, the PPSH-41, which players can unlock once reaching Military Rank 51.
On his inclusion in the best-selling first-person shooter series, Snoop Dogg said: “The D O Double G is back in Call of Duty and this time I’m in the freakin’ game!
"Excited to be working with the COD team to bring some fly features for you all to enjoy.
“It’s dope….. y’all can play as me and get these sick items that have Snoop written all over them. Check it out.”
Within the mobile version of Call of Duty, Snoop Dogg is decked out in a 24K gold embroidered outfit.
While as an Operator in the Vanguard and Warzone versions of the game, the rapper’s progression path comes packed with multiple rewards, including emblems, calling cards, and four alternate Operator outfits.
True to form, the bundle also includes three Legendary Weapon Blueprints.
The ‘Bong Ripper’ Sniper Rifle, the ‘West Coast Bling’ Assault Rifle’, and ‘That Shiznit’ SMG.
Snoop’s bio on the game reads: "Growing up in Long Beach, California, Snoop Dogg realised he had a talent for rapping at a young age and began to pursue it as a career.
"Now, he is still releasing music and appearing as a media personality on multiple shows, but in his free time, he chooses to fight as an operator in Call of Duty."
Call of Duty has featured multiple celebrities throughout the series, with the likes of Conor McGregor, Ice Cube, Kit Harrington, Jason Statham and many more playing characters.
It isn’t the first time Snoop has featured in the game either.
The rapper lent his voice to Call of Duty: Ghosts back in 2013, making for some hilarious commentary.
Hopefully, we’ll hear many of those lines and more from Snoop the Operator himself within Vanguard and Warzone.
The Snoop Dogg Call of Duty pack is priced at 2,400 CoD Points, roughly translating to about AU$28.