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Snoop Dogg Joins Call Of Duty as a playable character

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Rap mogul Snoop Dogg has returned to the Call of Duty franchise after a long hiatus, but this time as a playable operator. Players have a chance to play as the iconic rapper in Call of Duty: Warzone, Mobile, and Vanguard as confirmed in an official Call of Duty blog post

In that same blog post, the man himself had a message for the fans, "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 [1].

With that said, there are noticeable differences between the Snoop Dogg skin in the mobile game as opposed to the version available in Vanguard and Warzone, which appears to come down to just the looks of his outfit.

How To Unlock Snoop Dogg 

Call Of Duty: Mobile

In season 3 of Call of Duty: Mobile which is officially out now, Snoop Dogg's operator skin is obtainable by trying your hand at the infamous lucky draw system. 

If you already didn't know, The Lucky Draw is a mechanic that allows players to spend their CoD Points for a chance to win the game's rarest items in a bingo-ball style lottery. 

According to Dotesports, the odds of getting Snoop's skin on the first try is 1.25 percent. Though as you keep rolling the dice and unlocking other rewards, the probability of obtaining it will increase. The draw costs 10 CoD points to roll on the first try.

Should luck be on your side when attempting to score this operator, then you'll be entering matches with the Doggfather, draped in gold embroidery. Players also have the opportunity to obtain a new legendary weapon with a unique death effect that ignites with a "mini concert" when raking-in kills.

Call Of Duty: Warzone & Call Of Duty: Vanguard.

Unlike the CoD mobile game, players won't have to deal with the lucky draw system to acquire Snoop, because instead you'll be able to purchase his skin directly from the item shop. 

 The rapper will be available through the "Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle", including nine other items, (three which are exclusive to Vanguard) that players will be able to purchase from April 19th  (yes, just one day before 4/20).

Last but not least, the unique bundle also includes a full Operator progression track, with 20 levels of progression, complete with rewards like weapon XP, alternative outfits and a couple more cosmetic items.

This isn't Snoop Dogg's first Call of Duty collaboration, as he originally featured in 2013's Call of Duty: Ghosts multiplayer mode as an add-on Voice Pack. Though in 2022, players finally get the chance to play as the rapper in all his glory, instead of just hearing his rhymes.

Snoop Dogg isn't the only rapper to crossover to video games, check out several other hip-hop stars who have lent their voice to video games over the years.

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