Call of Duty always seems to come up with unique ways of connecting major celebrities with the universe. Depending on the celebrity, unique roles are carved out for them. Activision’s latest example is absolutely brilliant. They are teaming up with comedian Ken Jeong for Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare possesses one of the most exciting, high-octane multiplayer experiences to date. Last year’s game effectively took the formula brought in Black Ops 3 forward. Even though, the multiplayer is fantastic as it is, Jeong is making it even better.

Activision and Jeong are teaming up to bring a little brevity to Infinite Warfare‘s multiplayer. Ken Jeong is hopping into multiplayer by providing hilarious voiceover commentary. Gamers can experience this through the Ken Jeong VO Pack across PS4, Xbox One and PC.

While PS4 has had the timed-exclusive deals for all of Infinite Warfare‘s major DLC, this specific one is not included. The Ken Jeong VO Pack is available now across Xbox One, PS4 and PC. Those who want to pick it up can do so for the modest price of $3.99.

“The pack allows gamers to personalize and enhance their multiplayer experience with new in-game commentary from Ken Jeong, as he brings his sarcastic style to the game, calling out killstreaks and enemy activity with an extra-heavy dose of dry humor during every MP firefight,” Activision wrote.

If you have seen any of The Hangover films, you’ll surely recognize him. He is also the star of the ABC comedy “Dr. Ken,” and has managed to carve out a nice place within the world of Hollywood. You can hear the hilarity for yourself in the short audio clip above.

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is available now on PS4, Xbox One and PC. This year’s Call of Duty is taking gamers back to boots on the ground gameplay. Call of Duty: WWII will be available on Nov. 3. The game will launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Stick around here at We Write Things for more on Call of Duty.

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