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An Operator skin modelled after the rapper Snoop Dogg is seemingly coming to Call of Duty Warzone.
According to @ZestyCodLeaks, a leaker who has previously correctly unearthed the Attack On Titan crossover, as well as posted several images of Vanguard’s Season 2 of Warzone early, the skin will feature Snoop Dogg wearing a large burgundy jacket, trilby, and sunglasses.
@ZestyLeaks, which is an archive account of @ZestyCodLeaks due to the later account being regularly banned from Twitter, posted what appears to be concept art of the operator, or possible the art that will be used, should the Snoop Dogg operator make it to the store.
Snoop Dogg previously appeared in the Call of Duty franchise, providing a voice pack for 2013’s Call Of Duty Ghosts.
Both John McClane and Rambo have received operator skins, both of which modelled after their real-life counterparts Bruce Willis and Sylvester Stallone respectively, however, this would be a rare occasion where an Operator skin is modelled and marketed after a real person, rather than a character they play as part of a larger franchise.
Set for release on February 14, the upcoming season will introduce a range of content across the titles.
As detailed on the official Call of Duty website, new Warzone features will include Nebula V ammo and bombs, which emit poison gas, and portable decontamination stations to protect against them.
Fresh points of interest will include Chemical Factory and the underground Chemical Weapon Research Labs, while Bomber Planes and Redeploy Balloons will provide new ways to navigate Caldera.
Vanguard multiplayer will receive two new mid-sized maps when the season launches. Casablanca is set in a bustling Moroccan marketplace, while Gondola takes place in a European mountain region.