Ever since CoD Vanguard launched in November, rumors and leaks have been circulating about a potential crossover with the popular Attack on Titan anime. Now it’s been confirmed to be coming to Warzone, and here’s all the info you need to know.
While the CoD series isn’t as prolific when it comes to crossovers as a game like Fortnite, it’s no stranger to adding a surprising new character or two. We’ve seen the likes of Die Hard’s John McClane and Ghostface from the Scream series already, so fans have been eagerly awaiting the next big tie-in.
Since the launch of Vanguard, alongside rumors of a Marvel crossover, there was plenty of talk about Attack on Titan making its way into the WWII shooter. An accidental leak after the 1.50 Warzone update and and official reveal on January 11 confirmed it’s happening.
Here’s everything we know about the Warzone and Vanguard Attack on Titan collaboration, from the launch date to the characters involved.
Like we mentioned, with the release of the Warzone 1.50 update on December 15, some players discovered that the details had slipped into their Armory. One of the many tiles advertises an attack on Titan-themed Tracer Pack.
On January 11 Activision confirmed that AoT would indeed be coming to Warzone, with a number of items for players to collect. Daniel Yatsu will be getting a new Survey Corps skin, and there will also be plenty of other gear based on the anime as well.
In addition to the skin, there are three new legendary weapon blueprints, a charm, and a cheeky potato sticker for the Sasha Braus fans out there.
We’ll also be getting a “Wings of Freedom” Survey Corps emblem, and flashy finishing move and highlight intros. But, the coolest part of this crossover has to be the iconic Titan Piercer melee weapon blueprint. They look like they came straight from the anime, and like a ton of fun to use on Caldera.
The AoT crossover will become available on January 20, one week after a midseason update for Vanguard and Warzone Pacific that will include a new Operator, a new weapon, additional content for Zombies, various bug fixes, and more.
The Vanguard update will be available to download on January 11, at 9 PM PT, while the Warzone Pacific update can be downloaded starting on January 12 at 9 PM PT.
Given that Attack on Titan’s Final Season Part 2 dropped on Sunday, January 9, this operator bundle is very timely, and is perfectly timed to make the most out of the hype surrounding one of the biggest (pun intended) anime series in recent years.
We don’t have any official word just yet on much the Attack on Titan pack will cost. But, based on previous collaborations of this kind, somewhere in the region of 2,400 COD Points is probably a fair estimate.
This was how much the Die Hard and Rambo packs cost during the BOCW era, which works out to $19.99 / £16.79.
That’s everything we know so far about the Attack on Titan Tracer pack in CoD Warzone and Vanguard. More information is set to emerge very soon, so be sure to check back here to stay in the loop.
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