Warzone Bundle Locker Partially Reveals the Rumored Attack on Titan and Call of Duty Crossover

Published 12/12/2021, 7:15 AM EST

Call of Duty is soon getting one of the most unexpected and biggest crossovers in recent years, with the popular anime Attack on Titan. The news comes from the renowned content creator of KARNAGE Clan, Ryan B. In one of his latest tweets, he mentioned a rumored Attack on Titan collaboration, thanks to an in-game reveal that indicates a possible event.

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While playing Warzone, he showed that the Bundle Locker has some interesting stuff related to the famous anime series.

According to Ryan B, upon opening the Bundle Locker, players can currently see numerous items they previously purchased in the game. However, if they reach at the very bottom of the list, they can spot a different content altogether. However, it is not officially confirmed just yet by the developing team.

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There are several missing Vanguard bundles having glitches all over them. Additionally, their textures are also missing as of now.

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What’s even more interesting to note is that one of the bundles in Warzone’s Bundle Locker features the Scouting Legion logo. Yes, that’s a reference to the anime series Attack on Titan. However, this specific bundle is still unfinished and it’s design also seems to be incomplete.

The rough draft is indicative of the highly rumored Call of Duty and Attack on Titan crossover. At least that’s what seems to be going on now, according to this new reveal from Ryan B.

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Of course, there will other exclusive content as well upon the official release of Attack on Titan event in Call of Duty titles like Vanguard and Warzone. It’s all leading up to a giant surprise for the fans of both the games as well as the popular anime itself.

Well, it looks like there will be even more major Call of Duty collaborations, according to Ryan B, expected to keep coming in the new year as well. Ultimately, it’s the fans who will have the biggest takeaway from the upcoming events. They never want to miss out on anything, especially when it’s about their favorite gaming franchise.

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Are you excited about this rumored crossover event? If yes, then do share your reactions below in the comments section. Let us know your thoughts.

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Mintu Tomar

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Mintu Tomar is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. After completing his bachelor's in Philosophy, he has followed his passion for covering news as a budding journalist. He lives and breathes video games and is a die-hard Call of Duty fan.

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