When a massively popular video game and one of the leading brands in the energy drink market combine, great things are sure to happen. Fans around the globe will be able to get in-game content and have the opportunity to win special prizes, but what exactly are these delights that Ubisoft and Monster Energy have got in store for us?

Well, to celebrate the upcoming launch of Assassin’s Creed Origins on 27th October, 2017, over 500 million Monster Energy drinks cans are going to be customised with Assassin’s Creed Origins characters, including the main man Bayek.  It all begins on 1st October, 2017 with three collector cans, lots of prizes and plenty of support for the promotion in stores.

Until the end of December 2017, players will have the opportunity to collect these different Assassin’s Creed branded cans, every single one of which will unlock in-game content when you redeem codes online. Single cans will offer either a pack of in-game resources such as Iron, Wood, Animal Skins or currency packs (Drachmas) to facilitate the player’s progression. Those cans that are a part of a pack of 4 will unlock unique weapons like the Dust-Biter Sword, the heavy Face-Breaker, the Sceptre of Thaati and the Rain Bow.

As well as in-game content, prizes such as gaming consoles, copies of the Assassin’s Creed Origins game, Monster Energy gaming fridges and exclusive Monster Energy apparel, will also be up for grabs to EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) fans as part of the partnership.

Assassin’s Creed Origins launches on 27th October, 2017 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.

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