Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War allows you to hang Doritos

Think for a moment about how the Call of Duty Black Ops Cold War gun should feel in the hands of digital soldiers. Even through the hard tactical nylon of combat gloves, it’s cold, hard, and metallic. Imagine everything oozing into a greasy nacho flavored powder. It’s probably an unavoidable tactile sensation that surprised me after knowing that I could slip into Mountain Dew’s DM and stick a Doritos tip on a Call of Duty rifle, perhaps of course.

As discovered by PC Gamer on the RPS fan site, you can now hang one drite from the side of your favorite gun. With the new emblem, you can decorate your profile with the explosion of Mountain Dew’s Neon Green Citrate.

A delicious treat for war criminals on the go (Thanks, PC gamers)

Fortunately for my self-esteem, PCG’s Morgan Park Chew a bullet (flavored with nacho cheese) He asked Mountain Dew for a gun-mounted crisp. The brand has confirmed that they need to reach out to the company’s greasy DM with the phrase “#DoritosDewDrop” before pulling out delicious tortillas. When you run the DM, Dew provides the code for use on the Call Of Duty website.

Yes, yes, this is all a nonsense of cross-promotion branding. Still, you have to bark at the absurd absurdity of hanging Doritos from your very detailed and timely killing stick. Even if a grenade or gunshot hits the owner, it seems to be helplessly hanging and indestructible. The chips were undergoing war and remained cheese-flavored in the face of their horror. In comparison, the animated Duke (Duke? Duke?) Emblem is a little tame.

Treyarch is busy announcing the arrival when they aren’t tying junk food to assault rifles Nuke Town ’84The latest iteration of the suburban battlefield of the series, set to arrive next Tuesday. If you’re looking for an edge, visit the Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Weapon Guide to get the best outfit.

And prepare a healthier lunch. You can’t get kill streaks while everything is inflated with tortilla chips.

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Would you care for a Dorito to dangle from your Call Of Duty gun?

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