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Snoop Dogg Warzone Bundle Contents, Price, Etc

The Warzone Tracer Pack: Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle just became available on the Call of Duty Store.

After months of anticipation, Snoop Dogg is now officially a Call of Duty Operator.

Warzone has been gearing up for a massive Season 3 launch.

Snoop Dogg has been more involved in the gaming community as of late. He’s now an avid streamer and has even joined Faze Clan as a content creator.

So it only makes sense that his next milestone would be his own Operator Bundle on the Call of Duty storefront.

Here is everything included in the Warzone Tracer Pack: Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle.

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Snoop Dogg Warzone Bundle
Activision

Tracer Pack: Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle Details

Players will be able to purchase the Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle starting April 19 at 10 PT for 2,400 COD Points.

Here’s Everything Included in the Tracer Pack:

  • Snoop Dogg Operator Skin with 4 alternative Operator Skins
  • Bone Ripper Sniper Rifle
  • West Coast Bling Assault Rifle
  • THA SHIZNIT Submachine Gun
  • The Original Gangsta Emblem
  • Tactical Toke Operator Highlight Intro
  • Finishizzle Movizzle Operator Finishing Move
  • Hit This, Fam Operator MVP Highlight
  • Mellow Metal Charm
  • High Art Spray

The alternate skins that players will be able to unlock are Snoop Dogg in a gold-trimmed “VIP” and an iced out Diamond “The Doggfather by reaching Max Level 20.

All weapons will also come with Green Weed Tracers with a Smoke Dismembermnent effect.

With this recent addition of Snoop Dogg and multiple teasers for the upcoming Godzilla vs. King Kong crossover event, Warzone fans have a lot to look forward to.

Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle
Activision

This most recent Snoop Dogg Operator Bundle trailer gave us our first official video teaser of King Kong’s arrival.

Hopefully, this is enough to bring fans back since many players believe that lobbies have gotten noticeably harder lately. This might be because of how popular Fornite’s latest no-build mode has been.

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