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After months of speculation, Call of Duty has officially confirmed an Attack on Titan crossover. The anime series has long been rumored to be arriving in both Vanguard and Warzone Pacific after an accidental leak showcased the crossover’s details. It will supposedly consist of a large bundle available in both games’ stores, with Attack on Titan’s main character Levi Ackerman as the focal point.
The first concrete leak around the AOT bundle surfaced in mid-December. A Warzone Pacific update went live that accidentally allowed some fans to see the bundle’s artwork and parts of its contents. Among the contents is at least one Levi Ackerman Operator skin, calling cards and a weapon with Tracer Rounds.
Attack on Titan bundle coming to COD
Suit up, Cadets 🤔
— Call of Duty (@CallofDuty) January 9, 2022
While the COD Twitter account didn’t give out any details surrounding the crossover, they responded to a tweet talking about Attack on Titan’s final season. They also posted a few emojis which directly relate to the anime.
Players are still unsure what exactly this crossover could entail. A cosmetic bundle is all but confirmed thanks to earlier leaks, but beyond that nothing else is known. It would seem unlikely that Vanguard and Warzone Pacific would receive any kind of limited-time mode surrounding the show, but it’s not out of the realm of possibility.
As for when the crossover could occur, the week of Jan. 10 seems plausible. This is when the Mid-Season update will arrive in Vanguard, as confirmed by Treyarch, and that will introduce at least one major update. This update could very well introduce the Attack on Titan bundle and other contents into Call of Duty.
The cost of the bundle is also unknown but players should expect to spend a pretty penny. Similar bundles, like the Krampus cosmetics, cost roughly $20 to $24 in the past. This is right around what the AOT bundle is expected to fetch in the Vanguard and Warzone Pacific stores.
Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 6+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.