Method Man Appears In ‘Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare’ — Well, Kinda

blame it on Meka March 29, 2017

Over the last several moons rappers have lent their talents and likeness to some of today’s most popular video games. Not only did Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels provide new music to Gears Of War 4, they were ultimately put in the game itself.

Like Snoop Dogg did in 2014, Method Man has provided voice acting to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, which was released in 2016. As well as a U.K. Special Forces Voice Over Pack, players are now offered the Method Man Voice Over Pack. “Infinite Warfare is all about customizing your multiplayer experience to suit the way you want to play,” Dave Stohl, Studio Head of Infinity Ward, said in a press release. “We’ve built the game around the ability to personalize your rigs, load-outs and weapons in really cool ways, so now we’re taking it a step further. What better way than to change up your MP commentator? It’s a ton of fun and we hope fans will get a kick out of what we have in store.”

Like the U.K. Special Forces Voice Over Pack (which features Craig Fairbrass, a Call of Duty alum), Method Man’s voice appears through multiplayer combat, updating players on kill streaks, enemy activity and “adding some extra flavor to every MP firefight.”

The U.K. Special Forces Voice Over Pack is available for free, while the Method Man VO Pack is available for $3.99.