Infinite Warfare Gets New Quartermaster Content and V.O. Announcer Packs

Let Method Man guide you to victory while you wield two new base weapons.

Infinity Ward has updated Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare to version 1.12, which introduces new game content into the mix including new base weapons, cosmetic items, and voiceover announcer packs for multiplayer.

First, the Quartermaster has received a fresh delivery of cosmetic content which includes new gestures, Combat Rig styles, weapon camos, and more. Season Pass owners can now also use two brand new base weapons: the X-EON Assault Rifle and the VPR dual-barrel SMG.

If you don’t own the Infinite Warfare Season Pass, you can also unlock the two new weapons via in-game challenges. Lastly, if you’re tired of hearing the same old announcer voices in multiplayer, you can spice things up courtesy of two new voiceover announcer packs.

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The first pack features the voice of British voice actor Craig Fairbrass, the man behind the character Ghost from Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The second pack features the voice of legendary hip-hop artist Method Man, continuing Infinity Ward’s trend of recruiting famous rappers to do multiplayer announcer V.O. (Call of Duty: Ghosts had a voice pack featuring Snoop Dogg). The Craig Fairbrass V.O.

The second pack features the voice of legendary hip-hop artist Method Man, continuing Infinity Ward’s trend of recruiting famous rappers to do multiplayer announcer V.O. (Call of Duty: Ghosts had a voice pack featuring Snoop Dogg).

The Craig Fairbrass V.O. pack is available for free to all players while the Method Man pack costs $3.99. You can watch a video overview of the VPR SMG below.

For more Call of Duty news here at Opshead, be sure to check out Infinite Warfare's Cranked multiplayer mode before it disappears on March 31st, learn more about the rumors that suggest Call of Duty 2017 will feature a World War II setting, and brush up on the new Variety Map Pack added to Modern Warfare Remastered

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