The highly-anticipated Attack on Titan bundle went live in Call of Duty: Vanguard and Warzone Pacific earlier in January. The bundle puts a Call of Duty spin on the popular anime series with several cosmetics items. While the overall response to the bundle was mixed, the players that did purchase it are feeling some buyer’s remorse. At this point, the Attack on Titan bundle has not been working properly in multiple ways.
For starters, the two weapon blueprints don’t appear to be as advertised in terms of their tracer rounds. Moreover, one of the blueprints isn’t even able to equip the right number of attachments. Sledgehammer Games addressed one of those issues, stating they’re working on fixing the problem with the bundle.
❗ We are currently investigating an issue preventing players from using the Legendary Historia Blueprint from the Attack On Titan Bundle as intended. We are working on this and will provide an update as soon as we have a fix.
— Sledgehammer Games (@SHGames) January 21, 2022
Attack on Titan bundle in Vanguard faces multiple issues
Sledgehammer Games tweeted yesterday that they’re aware of an issue that prevents “players from using the Legendary Historia Blueprint from the Attack On Titan Bundle as intended.” The Legendary Historia Blueprint is used with the Sten submachine gun and comes with a set of nine attachments. Players should be allowed up to ten attachments for their weapons in Vanguard. However, when players go to put the last attachment on the blueprint, they’re greeted with a screen that says they need to take off another attachment.
Tracer rounds represent another issue in the bundle. The tracer rounds on the two blueprints are advertised as having orange tracer rounds. These rounds simply make the bullets glow with a specific color. With the Attack on Titan bundle, though, it seems Sledgehammer made an orange muzzle flash animation instead.
Fans of Attack on Titan will recognize the muzzle flash well, as it appears in the show quite often. However, players are taking issue with the fact that orange tracer rounds were promised and they don’t appear in the bundle.
With Sledgehammer Games working on at least one fix for the AoT bundle in Vanguard, there’s no telling when an update will arrive to patch the problems. Perhaps the delay to Season 2 will give them time to solve the issues faster.
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.