Next week a bunch of new customization content is coming to Call of Duty: Ghosts, but at the top of the list is the ability to add the Dogfather's voice to your multiplayer experience.

Yes, that's right. For just $2.99, you can have Snoop Dogg as your narrator for the multiplayer modes in Call of Duty: Ghosts. As you can see in the video above, Snoop has provided his vocal talents to call out things like enemy actions, supply drops and more. And he's not just re-reading the existing script. No, an entirely new set of dialogue has been crafted just for the ol' dee oh double-gee himself.

This is just one of the many new customization packs coming to the Xbox versions of Ghosts on April 22. A voice pack featuring legendary military movie star, and former drill instructor, R. Lee Ermey will also be introduced for $2.99. There will also be six new weapon skin sets, including 1987, Molten, Eyeballs and more. Each of those will run you $1.99 a piece.

You might however find the Soap Legend Pack more interesting if you're a longtime fan. For $3.99, you can get a multiplayer skin of the star of the Modern Warfare saga, as well as a themed weapon camo, reticle, patch, playercard and background. What a steal (insert eye roll here). There's also a $3.99 Squad Pack coming for Extinction which adds three interchangeable heads and four uniforms for the co-op mode.

The added voices are certainly an interesting new twist to what we're used to seeing from downloadable content, and actually are kind of fun, if not a bit pricey. At least Infinity Ward is trying something slightly original rather than only dumping out more weapon and character skins. We'll have to see just how successful this tactic is, and whether or not it will lead to more celebrity cameos in the future.

No word on when the content will be available on other platforms beyond the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, but past practices indicate it'll be about a month until PlayStation and PC players can get in on the fun.