For the first time, Call of Duty had micro-transaction voice packs that changed up the announcer voice in Call of Duty Ghosts 2. We think voice packs are a great way to add a fresh experience to things without changing up gameplay and we really hope COD Ghosts 2 comes with a variety of different voice packs. The original Ghosts only had two voice packs but we could see Infinity Ward working on more for the next game.
The drill instructor was the second released voice pack for the original Ghosts and it featured voice acting from R. Lee Ermey, who is best known as the drill instructor in Full Metal Jacket. The official description for the Drill Instructor voice pack read “Multiplayer returns to boot camp with the all-new Drill Instructor Voice Pack voiced by the one and only R. Lee Ermey, aka The Gunny. Swap out your in-game alerts with ones that will get you back into top combat shape. Now, drop down and give me twenty!” and cost $2.99.
The first voice pack for Call of Duty Ghosts was voice acted by Snoop Dogg. Filled with Snoop’s mannerisms, this voice pack was absolutely hilarious. The official description for the Snoop Dogg voice pack read as “Jump into Multiplayer with none other than Snoop Dogg himself. The iconic rapper narrates every firefight in Multiplayer, alerting you of killstreaks, enemy activity, and generally giving your combat style some street cred. Ya dig?” and also cost $2.99.
COD Ghosts 2 Voice Packs
We’d love to see R. Lee Ermey and Snoop Dogg return in future voice packs but we think it would be great to see even more voice packs from celebrities. There are so many great voices that could add to the gameplay experience. Samuel L. Jackson? Morgan Freeman? Arnold Schwarzenegger? The possibilities are endless. Obviously it’d cost a lot for Infinity Ward to get these celebrities on board but we’d absolutely lose it if it happened.