‘Attack on Titan’ is officially in ‘Warzone’ and ‘Vanguard’

Call Of Duty is anime now

Call Of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone now officially have a crossover pack with Attack On Titan, and it is available now.

The Attack On Titan update was made available to download from January 11 at 9PM PT (5AM January 12 GMT) in Vanguard, and will be available from January 12 9PM PT (5AM January 13 GMT) in Warzone. It comes after a datamine from last year that suggested the anime and manga could be crossing over with Call Of Duty.

Costing £16.79 ($19.99 USD), the same as 2,400CP, the pack contains ten items, and comes with a “Survey Corps” operator skin for Sgt. Daniel, styling him after Levi Ackerman from Attack On Titan.


Here’s what else the pack contains:

  • “Titan Piercer” weapon blueprint
  • “Steel Cut” finishing move
  • Vanguard-exclusive “Vertical Maneuver” intro and “Ultrahard Steel” MVP highlight
  • Legendary “Historia” SMG blueprint
  • “Ymir Curse” Assault Rifle blueprint

A PlayStation Blog post adds that “superfans will also recognise the other elements of this bundle and what they reference: a “Secret Keeper” key Weapon Charm to unlock the world’s mysteries, the “Wings of Freedom” Emblem worn with pride by Survey Corps members, and, of course, a “One Hot Potato” Sticker, in memoriam of a special person who we all hold very dear to our hearts…”

Recently Activision filed a lawsuit to a cheater website, which openly supplies cheats for a few of the companies games. The developer says the website is “trafficking in circumvention devices”.

The company is still in the process of multiple investigations and lawsuits in the state of California, from issues ranging from sexual harassment and gender discrimination to workplace misconduct. There are also ongoing walkouts and strikes from staff with issues of mistreatment.


In other news, the PS5 shortage is looking to be offset by Sony with more PS4s entering production throughout 2022.