Captain Price actor bemused by new Stoney Sloth Operator

Captain Price actor bemused by new Stoney Sloth Operator
Image via Sledgehammer Games

Written by 

Jack Marsh


11th Apr 2024 17:23

Modern Warfare 3 really is smoking that good stuff this year, as the 420 celebrations are rolling on through April.

First, we saw Snoop Dogg get up to his usual antics in Call of Duty, and he invited along some of his close friends in Cheech and Chong.

But now Captain Price appears to have been hanging around the potheads a little too much, as the popular Modern Warfare warrior has been transformed into a stoned sloth in his downtime.

Captain Price actor jitters at new 420 skin

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The irony of the latest Feelin' Slothy Operator is that the developers opted to place the outfit on Captain Price, who appears to have never left that campaign mission in Modern Warfare 2 based in Amsterdam's red light district.

At least Barry Sloane, the actor who plays Price found the funny side of things, as he took to Twitter to laugh it off with a sense of bemusement.

"You spend years making an authentic representation of ‘Modern Warfare’ only to be made into…..A Sloth!" he said.

"I must add that I’m actually not bothered and it’s actually quite funny."

Stoney Sloth brings forward new Blazed Up event in MW3


The baked bear-like animal doesn't come empty-handed, though, and has enough treats to put everyone in a state of calmness, like a Santa for the stoned.

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Blazed Up has now kicked off as the latest event in MW3 and Warzone, as players will roll back the years by unlocking weed-themed goodies from calling cards to emblems. If Captain Price gives you the all-clear, why not enjoy these 420-holiday celebrations in style?


Jack Marsh
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Jack Marsh
Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.
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