In Call of Duty: Vanguard, Warzone, and COD: Mobile, Snoop Dogg will appear as a new operator. However, it appears that the event was not well received by everyone. Snoop Dogg will receive three cosmetic bundles for each of the three Call of Duty games next month. However, the bundle’s price is shockingly low.
What is it about the Call of Duty: Mobile Snoop Dogg bundle that has fans so agitated?
After nearly a decade, Snoop Dogg is returning to Call of Duty. Known as the “Dogfather,” he’s back in a new guise this time. In contrast to console and PC versions of the game, mobile players are given a different cosmetic bundle.
COD: Mobile players will be able to obtain the operator skin through a bizarre lucky draw system starting on April 1st, 2022. Those hoping to get their hands on the cosmetic will have to rely on luck. It’s possible to spend more than $20 on the cosmetic bundle in Vanguard and Warzone if your luck is bad.
Warzone and Vanguard bundles include ten different Snoop-themed items, while the COD: Mobile bundle includes skin and an SMG blueprint, further aggravating the situation. Many players will be displeased to learn that they will be required to make random microtransactions in order to obtain skins as part of a limited-time event.
The Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle will be available on April 19th in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone. Ten items will be included in the Warzone and Vanguard Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle, three of which are exclusive to Vanguard. The package includes a complete Operator training program. Weapon XP for Snoop’s favorite weapon from Vanguard, three alternate outfits, and other cosmetic items can be found across these 20 levels of Operator progression.
Snoop Dogg has previously appeared in Call of Duty. Call of Duty: Ghosts veterans will recall his Snoop Dogg Voiceover Pack. The new Operator skin will also come with additional voice lines.