Crossover of Call of Duty and Attack on Titan to Happen on Vanguard and Warzone Next Week

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The Call of Duty – Attack on Titan crossover, which one only heard rumors about till recently, has now been confirmed by Activision.

Next week, this crossover is all set to be a part of Vanguard and Warzone’s midseason update.

The crossover will happen on January 20 and will include the much-talked-aboutTracer Pack: Attack on Titan — Levi Edition Bundle. It is a 10-item collection that enables the player to attack their opponents in Levi Ackerman-style. The Titan Piercer happens to be a new blueprint that will soon be a part of the multiplayer modes in Vanguard and Warzone. This weapon has been designed quite similar to the blades that we see being used as weapons in Attack on Titan. The Titan Piercer has been designed to be used effectively against both zombies and one’s opponents in the game.

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A new Survey Corps skin has also been provided along with the massive blade. This skin brings to reality the nightmare of Daniel Yatsu that involved becoming a member of the group or taskforce that has been put together to take down the Titans. There is, however, little possibility of dreadful monsters arriving in Call of Duty in the near future.Call of Duty Attack

As far as anime is concerned, a few more references have been made including that of a Secret Keeper key weapon charm, One Hot Potato sticker and the Wings of Freedom Emblem. There is also a reference to the famous spud in Sasha Blouse.

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As a result of Call of Duty’s crossover with Attack on Titan, a few new elements are being added to the game. One of them is Ymir Curse, a new weapon blueprint that offers long-range accuracy. Along with that, you can also expect the arrival of a near-zero horizontal recoil and a nine-attachment configuration.

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