Attack on Titan Swings into Call of Duty Vanguard and Warzone Pacific This Month

Image source: Call of Duty blog

Attack on Titan is making its way into Call of Duty Vanguard and Call of Duty Warzone Pacific on January 20 in celebration of the anime’s final season.

The collaboration will see the release of the 2,400CP (roughly US$19.99) Tracer Pack: Attack on Titan — Levi Edition Bundle, which includes a Survey Corps Operator Skin for Daniel Take Yatsu that is inspired by Levi Ackerman. Other Attack on Titan characters referenced in the bundle include Sasha, who gets a “One Hot Potato” Sticker, and Historia, who lends her name to the Legendary “Historia” SMG Weapon Blueprint. 

The Legendary “Historia” SMG is one of the bundle’s three Weapon Blueprints, with the others being the “Ymir Curse” Assault Rifle and the “Titan Piercer” blades that are modelled after the Survey Corps’ swords. The Call of Duty blog post describes “Historia” as being suitable for run-and-gun players who wish to “throw out accurate shots from the hip while sprinting.” Meanwhile, “Ymir Curse” is geared towards accurate marksman and offers “a nine-attachment configuration, near-zero horizontal recoil, and almost-maximum effective range and bullet velocity.”

Image source: Call of Duty blog

The 10-item bundle will also include the “Secret Keeper” key Weapon Charm, the “Wings of Freedom” Emblem, the Legendary “Steel Cut” Finishing Move, the “Ultrahard Steel” MVP Highlight, and the Vanguard-only “Vertical Maneuver” Highlight Intro. The availability of the Attack on Titan bundle will be preceded by the release of new Operator Isabella Rosario Dulnuan Reyes, the Welgun SMG, Zombies updates, bug fixes, and more.

Attack on Titan Final Season Part 2 is currently airing as part of the Winter 2022 anime season.


Sources: Call of Duty blog, PlayStation blog

After several years of writing for video game sites in his home country, Melvyn currently dedicates his focus to writing news articles and the occasional review for Anime Trending. He spends a chunk of his free time self-learning Japanese through manga, light novels, and the internet.
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