Attack On Titan gear arrives in Warzone with crossover event

Kenneth Williams • January 13, 20:59

Fans of Attack on Titan and Call of Duty: Warzone are in for a treat, as small as that Venn diagram may be.

Call of Duty: Warzone has launched a new crossover cosmetic bundle with Attack on Titan. The Levi Edition Bundle offers 10 brand-new cosmetic items based on the popular anime and manga franchise. The collection is centered around Levi Ackerman, a popular secondary character in the show. This is probably the weirdest Call of Duty: Warzone crossover yet, but it is far from the only strange inclusion.

The collection was launched with basically no warning. Neither Attack on Titan nor Call of Duty: Warzone hinted at a collaboration before its official release. In addition to the Levi Ackerman-themed costume, the bundle includes three skins for weapons and a full set of charms and emotes. The launch is meant to celebrate the final season of the long-running anime, which started airing on January 10.

The Attack on Titan collection is the latest in a series of pop-culture crossovers in Call of Duty: Warzone. The Call of Duty series’ battle royale entry has collaborated with Die Hard, Rambo, Judge Dredd, Scream, Donnie Darko, and now Attack on Titan. Rival battle royale Fortnite is known for its enormous crossover catalog, including some popular anime series. More Japanese pop culture skins could appear in the future.

How to buy Attack on Titan Levi Ackerman bundle in Call of Duty: Warzone

The Levi Ackerman bundle based on Attack on Titan can be purchased from Warzone’s in-game store for 2,400 COD Points, which is about $20.

The new Call of Duty: Warzone Levi Ackerman Bundle includes 10 cosmetic items. The first, and easiest to spot, is the Survey Corps character skin. The legendary operator cosmetic is based on the survey corps uniform from Attack on Titan, complete with an iconic jacket and culottes. Daniel is the only operator able to use the skin, so keep that in mind before buying.

The pack also comes with three weapon skins. The Historia submachine gun and Ymir Curse assault rifle add a regal green-and-brown color palette to their respective gun classes.

Players can replace their usual melee with the Titan Piercers, which are a pair of single-edged blades designed to slice through a titan’s weak point on the back of their neck. They’ll work just as well against Warzone opponents. Rounding out the collection is a Secret Keeper key gun charm, Hot Potato sticker, Wings of Freedom emblem, and three emotes for finishing moves, MVP, and intro.

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