According to the well-known leaker Nanikos, Call of Duty: Warzone will get a cool new skin. This is in addition to the Attack on Titan Levi skin that players received earlier this year. Thankfully, Nanikos’ second skin, an Armored Titan skin, was leaked.
The Call of Duty: Warzone Levi skin, which was available last week, did not go over well with fans. These fans were not happy with the skin’s design and the fact that it was only accessible for operator Daniel Yatsu. Because Call of Duty aims for realism, the anime skin appears immensely off-putting, prompting some fans to dismiss it as a cosplay attempt.
Fans are hopeful that this skin will be accessible for more operators and that it will appear better in-game. It is because Titans just have their bodies and open skin showing off their tremendous muscles. Attack on Titan is deserving of some fantastic looks, but in any case, the crossover serves as good promotion for the anime’s current season.
Armored Titan Leak
More skins have been available to COD: Warzone, allowing players to modify their appearance. Now, it appears like Call of Duty: Warzone will be adding another skin. It is based on a different property to its increasing collection of cosmetics.
Here you go (lmaoo I manually overlayed all these together) https://t.co/ATG9HshqQm pic.twitter.com/49sBgHctTr
— Nanikos (@_Nanikos_) January 22, 2022
Nanikos, a Call of Duty dataminer, discovered files in the code for an Attack on Titan skin coming to Call of Duty: Vanguard late last year. The popular Japanese multimedia series has gained international acclaim, so a crossover seemed like a decent idea. Activision revealed the crossover for both Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone earlier this year. This package is already downloadable. However, it appears that the crossover involves more than simply the skins that players already had before.
Although Activision has not verified this, Nanikos is a well-known leaker in the community, and it would be strange for Call of Duty players to only get one skin from a crossover with a series the scale of Attack on Titan. Due to the postponement of Season 2 for both Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone, Activision is unlikely to confirm this leak for a time. While it’s fantastic that gamers will be getting more Attack on Titan content, fans will most likely hope that it’s better than what they’ve previously gotten.
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