Fans of Call of Duty are dissatisfied: The crossovers of TV and Movie are abundant in the gaming world. So there’s no reason why announcements are a surprise anymore.
However, implementing certain crossovers might leave people who love these franchises. Hoping that the concept put in the room of ideas.
The latest collaboration that is a crossover between Call of Duty and Attack on Titan criticizes social media following. The announcement of the skin by bringing Levi Ackermann into both Vanguard and Warzone.
Earlier this morning, it announced that the first item of brand new content would be released this year for the Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone based on Levi Ackerman, the most proficient fighter in the field Survey Corps.
“Levi Edition” is a bundle of items. “Levi edition” bundle includes ten items in the pack featuring the full Scout Uniform in Levi’s signature style.
As well as the ODM double blades with three new blueprints for weapons inspired by characters and elements from the popular Manga and anime shows.
The final movie and MVP Highlight featuring the Ultrasteel Blades will be part of the pack.
The blueprints, as well as the weapon charms, are available to all Operators. However, the only one who is Daniel Yatsu, will wear the Survey Corps uniform.
Fans are not thrill by the idea of a crossover, however. It announces via Twitter on the PlayStation Twitter account, and the replies and retweets are full of people mocking the effort to bring one of Attack on Titan‘s most well-known characters in the game.
The first issue is that the character’s model appears off as they apply the uniform and hairstyle of Levi on the Call of Duty: Vanguard Operator Daniel Yatsu.
The application of the skin on the smug WWII soldier is odd. The tweet was accompanied by”Ultrasteel Blade” MVP Highlight “Ultrasteel Blade” MVP Highlight. Which compounds the problems with the application on the face.
Fans of Call of Duty are dissatisfied
Fans are having fun playing with the skin and the MVP Highlight animation.
The most common reaction runs more towards great disbelief. How the skin appears, rather than anger over the inclusion of an anime character in the game.
Due to Call of Duty: Vanguard‘s tendency to use realistic graphics, making the skin utilizing an anime creates the uniform look the very least an acceptable attempt at cosplay or, at the very least, a different background that was a part of one of the Attacks on Titan live-action films.
A few fans are using the chance to keep discussing the ongoing issues with Activision. Sony’s supposed re-evaluation of the partnership with the publisher.
The fans can laugh about and snidely mock the Levi Ackemann skin any time they want. However, The Levi Edition Bundle will still be available in the next game, the 20th of January.
It’s the players’ decision on whether they are willing to sacrifice their hearts or money to purchase this $19.99USD bundle.
How efficient or fashionable each weapon blueprint is in the game. That will decide whether this bundle will be worth the money.
Call of Duty: Vanguard and Call of Duty: Warzone are available now for download on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.