Everyone’s favorite character from The Hangover trilogy is getting a voice over pack in Call of Duty

But Infinity Ward still hasn’t fixed snaking.

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The voice of one of the funniest actors from The Hangover trilogy is coming to Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare in today’s update.

Ken Jeong, who also played Ben Chang in Community, will be featured in Infinite Warfare’s latest voiceover pack.

For $3.99, players can purchase the Jeong pack in the Infinite Warfare store to make the in-game announcer sound like the actor.

Additionally, a Championship Premium Personalization Pack for the Call of Duty World League was released in today’s update, featuring a new taunt, camo, and weapon accessories with a CWL theme. Anyone attending the $1.5 million Call of Duty World League Championship in August will get a code for this personalization pack with their ticket for the tournament.

Although these awesome cosmetics were added to the game, competitive Call of Duty players are still waiting for Infinity Ward to patch snaking.

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Snaking is a form of movement where players go in and out of prone very quickly in order to make it more difficult for them to get shot. It’s been a major issue in Infinite Warfare recently, and many pros have been patiently waiting for it to be fixed or removed from the game.

But this patch did make several general changes to the game, including adjustments to the Blackout Grenade and allowing players to activate gestures while sprinting.

Although snaking wasn’t addressed, players will at least get to enjoy the new CWL personalization pack while laughing along with Jeong’s comedic voiceover.