Call of Duty gets Ozzy Man Reviews voice pack for multiplayer

Brodie Fogg 5 May 2017 NEWS


The ocker YouTube star will be commentating your matches across all platforms.

Possibly one of Australia's biggest YouTube exports, Ozzy Man Reviews has made a name for himself commentating everything from footy matches to street fights to wildlife in a spectacularly Aussie fashion (with loads slang and expletives thrown in for good measure).

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From today, you'll be able to have Ozzy Man Reviews narrate your multiplayer deathmatches in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for the price of $5.99. This might not mean a whole lot to a global audience (I'm not totally sure of the YouTube star's reach) but it's bound to offer more than a few laughs for those grinding away down under.

The voice over pack is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Here's a small sample of what to expect from Ozzy Man Review's voice over pack.

It's quite the honour for the Australian YouTube star, who will be joining the ranks of CoD voice over stars such as Method Mana, Snoop Dogg and R Lee Ermey.

In other Aussie gaming news, non-profit gaming and mental health organisation Checkpoint is seeking some love via Kickstarter to help develop a new web series.

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