Attack on Titan and Terminator data mined out of Call of Duty Vanguard
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Call of Duty is no stranger to crossovers since the introduction of Warzone and Mobile, with the games even before then featuring announce packs from Snoop Dogg and even Elvira, Mistress of the Dark appearing in Infinite Warfare as a playable character.
More recently, Scream featured in Warzone, as did Rambo and John McClaine in special modes on the mobile game where killing enough people gave you the ability to turn into the two action heroes to mow people down.
Now it seems that Activision has no qualms with throwing whatever into Call of Duty: Vanguard, but more likely, these will appear in Warzone. Files relating to Terminator and Attack on Titan have been found amongst the files for the new game, referencing a sword, models and even just direct references to Arnold Schwarzenegger’s titular character, The Terminator.
The Mobile version of Call of Duty has always had a bit more fun with the crossovers, with exclusive modes dedicated to the subject, but WWII did have a little more fun with its Zombies mode.
Attack on Titan recently ended as a manga and will be airing its second part in January, so expect that crossover to happen closer to the time in 2022, while Terminator’s last film, Dark Fate, ironically sealed its fate as a franchise that won’t get touched any time soon after a lacklustre performance in cinemas. What they intend to do with the franchise is beyond me, other than a reskin for Vanguard’s Zombie mode.
In regards to Attack on Titan, no, I have no idea how they introduce something as large as Titans into the game, but I feel as if the sword will be a drop in Warzone and that’ll be where Titans make their appearance as a generic threat for all players. Or maybe you become the Titan and can do some major damage? Who knows?