The pack contains 10 collectables for Attack on Titan fans.
In conjunction with the second half of Attack on Titan’s recent season premiere, Call of Duty: Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard have announced a collaboration with the acclaimed anime that will result in a themed pack of 10 items based on the cartoon, debuting on January 20.
The cosmetic pack will include:
- Daniel Yatsu skin wearing the Legion of Reconnaissance jacket
- SMG Historia, for those who like to run and gun
- The Ymir Curse Assault Rifle for accurate long-range shots
- The “Secret Keeper” key amulet
- The emblem of the Wings of Liberty Reconnaissance Legion
- A Hot Potato sticker in honour of Sasha Braus
- The Titan Piercer project weapon with a blade that can kill titans
- And 3 anime-inspired execution moves, one of which is exclusive to Vanguard
It’s worth noting that everything else except the Legion of Reconnaissance skin is available to any operator, but the skin is only matched by Daniel Yatsu’s Levi Ackerman-like appearance.
As mentioned, the Attack on Titan pack will be available on January 20, but a week before that, a mid-season update will arrive for Vanguard and Warzone Pacific, including a new operator, a new weapon, additional zombie content, various bug fixes, and more.
More new features for zombies this year
This update will bring with it a new operator, Isabella Rosario Dulnuan Reyes, the newest agent of Task Force 006 Trident. They’re also adding the Welgun heavy machine gun, which can be unlocked by completing a challenge or purchasing the Reserved Steel pack.
According to Treyarch, there are several new additions to Zombies this year, but immediate additions include: the introduction of endless classic gameplay in the new Void Objective in Shi No Numa, unlocked access to Von List’s office in Stalingrad, four new levels for artefact upgrades in Tome of Rituals, three unique Pack-a-Punch cloaks, and more.
Call of Duty Vanguard, once up, but more like down
Sledgehammer Games’ Call of Duty: Vanguard debuted in early November last year, but beyond the return to World War II and the reintroduction of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare engine, now on next-gen, it was a weak return to the franchise, including a zombie mode.
This was reflected in plummeting sales in several countries and a sharp drop in interest in the title. However, the expectation is that the second part of the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare reboot (2019) will arrive this year, and it’s likely to be bigger – at least we sincerely hope so…