Cheech and Chong are coming to Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 and Warzone

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For some time now, Call of Duty has been seeing a steady flow of celebrities and iconic pop culture characters make their way to the game in the form of Operator skins. With Modern Warfare 3 Season 3 right around the corner, it is time for more celebrities to come to the game, and this time it is two of the most iconic stoners of all time, Cheech and Chong. 

The Up In Smoke stars are set to come to Call of Duty on Saturday, April 20, also known as 420 Day. As with previous celebrity Operators, Cheech and Chong will be added to the CoD Shop with the item rotation on that day. There are currently no pricing details for the Operators, but based on previous releases we predict they will cost 2,400 CoD Points, which works out at $19.99.

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 Season 3 is almost here, with the new season releasing on April 3 at 9 AM PDT (5 PM GMT). The new season will bring two new 6V6 maps, the first being the 6-Star rooftop spa and then the Emergency medical facility. There will also be some changes to previous and existing maps, with Growhouse receiving the remaster treatment and Tanked being repurposed. The mid-season update will also add the London-based Grime map and a repurposed Checkpoint map. Season 3 will also take Warzone players back to the Rebirth map.

When it comes to weapons, players can expect to see the FJX Horus SMG, MORS Sniper Rifle, and Gladiator Knife come to the game, with the BAL-27 Assault Rifle being added during the mid-season.

There will be numerous new skins and Operators coming to the game including Snoop Dogg II, which will be unlocked when players purchase the Battle Pass. It is fitting that a new Snoop Dogg skin is coming around the same time as Cheech and Chong. Snoop Dogg is known for being one of the most heavy smokers of all time, with the Gin and Juice rapper only being out-smoked by Country artist Willie Nelson. Snoop Dogg was one of the first real-life people to be added to the game during Call of Duty Vanguard, with the game previously having primarily focused on pop culture characters such as Leatherface.