One of the previous pieces of post-launch content added to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare was the Rust remake map that was included as a portion of the first-person shooter’s second DLC pack known as Continuum, giving players a new environment to battle in through multiplayer. Now, Activision and Infinity Ward have decided to offer add-ons for the mode that don’t necessarily impact the actual gameplay inasmuch as it adds audio recordings that colors a fan’s play time, with the companies offering a Voice Pack featuring the likes of “Grandma Knows Best,” Ozzy Man Reviews, actor Ken Jeong, and rapper Method Man.
For those who want to get all of the aforementioned voices together in one pack for Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, it will set players back $8, but it’s also possible for folks to purchase the audio personalities individually should they desire to do so. As it so happens, the Grandma Knows Best Voice Pack – the newest VO to be added – is currently being listed for $4, with the Ken Jeong, Method Man, and Ozzy Man Reviews packs having the same price as well.
For those unaware about what these Voice Packs will add to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, each of the voices will replace the original announcer of the game’s multiplayer mode and tell players about what’s happening on the battlefield as far as killstreaks, enemy activity, and general gameplay attributes are concerned. Grandma Knows Best will provide commentary like only a surly octogenarian can, while Ken Jeong shares his quirky delivery style, Method Man adds a smooth and sonorous vocal flavor, and Ozzy Man dishes out irreverent gameplay updates.
All things considered, while Infinite Warfare‘s combined Voice Pack will undoubtedly incorporate a more offbeat flair to the title’s multiplayer action, it’s safe to surmise that the next entry in the franchise, Call of Duty: WW2, will eschew the selection of such unconventional voice overs – that is, if Sledgehammer Games even offers it as a post-launch feature at all. With the forthcoming title being as historically accurate as possible, hearing a comedic personality such as Ken Jeong’s would be a total tonal clash.
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.