Warzone x Attack on Titan - The Armored Titan Bundle

After the highly-anticipated release of the first Attack on Titan bundle in Call of Duty, another has appeared in Warzone and Call of Duty: Vanguard. This bundle gives you the Armored Titan skin!
Co D Vanguard x Attack on Titan
This is going to be popular... | © Activision Blizzard / Kodansha

Call of Duty: Vanguard got its Season 2 update just two weeks ago, and players have been delighted to find a new Attack on Titan Bundle. The well-known leaker and data miner Zesty suggested a new bundle might be coming a few months ago, and now we can see he was correct. So what do you get in the new bundle? And how much does it cost?

The Attack on Titan Armored Titan Bundle

When Call of Duty: Vanguard's Season 2 update was implemented, players discovered a new Attack on Titan bundle in the game for the Armored Titan. Even if you don't watch Attack on Titan, this bundle might still have some appeal, because it looks badass. The character that the skin is based on is one of nine Titans in the show to have hardened skin that acts as armor plating. Badass.

The new bundle has just hit the stores in Warzone for you to purchase! It costs 2400 CoD Points ($20) and includes a mastercraft blueprint for the Cooper Carbine. Here's the full bundle:

Attack on Titan Armoured Titan Bundle
It's going to be crazy popular. | © Activision Blizzard

The Attack on Titan Levi Bundle

After a long wait, the Attack on Titan Bundle is finally available in Call of Duty's in-game store. For 2400 CP you can get the bundle in the store, which grants you a great selection of Attack on Titan skins and camos.

The new bundle includes the Levi Ackerman skin for Operator Daniel as well as two weapon blueprints and most importantly the two Titan Piercer swords as melee weapons. On top of that we then get a finishing move and an MVP and intro highlight as well as a charm, a sticker and an emblem. Take a look at the bundle for yourself:

Co D x Ao T Bundle
Here you can see the whole Levi Bundle. | © Activision

We've had some pretty boring bundles in Vanguard, so far, and it's great to finally see them get a bit crazier with it. Especially since we know we're going back to the tactical/realistic style later this year with Infinity Ward's Modern Warfare 2.