Mobile players have received many adaptations of triple releases like Apex legends, PUBG, and even the acclaimed Five Nights at Freddy’s. Call of Duty did the same years ago with Call of Duty: Mobile, and now they are bringing a new Santa Snoop Dogg skin in Call of Duty: Mobile.
On December 7, the official CharlieIntel Twitter profile shared a screenshot regarding Call of Duty: Mobile’s new skin that will be featured in the game, and fans are already commenting on the discovery. According to the Twitter post and the screenshot, a new Santa Snoop Dogg skin will come to Call of Duty: Mobile. The screenshot features Snoop Dogg in a Santa Claus costume and has prompted many jokes and funny comments on the Twitter thread.
Many players have started commenting on this upcoming skin, and some fans of other Call of Duty titles wish this skin would come to their main games. This is not the first time Snoop Dogg appears in Call of Duty.
Snoop Dogg has been featured several times across Call of Duty titles, making its latest appearance in Warzone Caldera and Vanguard with its bundle that features an operator skin, a weapon blueprint, and more.
The famous rapper keeps returning to the Call of Duty franchise, and it does not seem to stop, so players should not be surprised if they see him in the next titles.
Many players are asking for this skin to be featured in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, stating that if the skin was featured in that game, they would dump their COD points without a doubt.
Other players wish for a Snoop Dogg voice-over pack like the one featured in Call of Duty: Ghosts. Many players were shocked and excited about that voice-over pack, and many players want to have Snoop Dogg narrating their matches.
Developers could bring Snoop Dogg to Modern Warfare 2 and Warzone 2, but they have not released any official statements yet. Snoop Dogg has been featured many times in Call of Duty titles. Getting a bundle in these titles is nothing out of reach for the developers.
Call of Duty Mobile is available now on Mobile Devices.
- This article was updated on December 7th, 2022