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A datamine for Call of Duty Vanguard has suggested that a crossover with the popular anime Attack on Titan could be coming.
On Sunday frequent Call of Duty dataminer @_Nanikos_ revealed that several strings of code in the game refer to “aot_titan” as an operator. Operators are the playable characters in Call of Duty.
A weapon attachment is also referenced, this is likely due to the content being released as part of a bundle, as Call of Duty has recently done with crossovers like John McClaine, Rambo and Judge Dread.
@ZestyCODLeaks, another notable dataminer commented that the code suggests that there will be a sword melee weapon added to the game.
In our review of Call of Duty Vanguard we called it “A solid step up from Cold War”. While the campaign has some highlights and the multiplayer is still great, it “falls short of the benchmark that was Modern Warfare 2019.”
We recently also got a look at the full map for Warzon’s new pacific setting ‘Caldera’.
Activision held a ‘World Premiere’ event for new premium Call of Duty entry Vanguard on Wednesday. During the event, special jackets were given away featuring the new Warzone map, as captured by Activision CCO Pelle Sjoenell.
The map appears to confirm that the Caldera era of Warzone will be called ‘Operation Alpha’ and take place on May 16, 1941.
Caldera will be available to Warzone players from December 2, the same date Season 1 of what will be known as the Warzone Pacific era begins. Players who own Call of Duty Vanguard will get 24 hours early access, according to Activision.