No, this isn’t a miscategorized KekRaptor piece, Ubisoft has actually partnered with Totino’s Pizza to offer a weapon in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey that can only be gotten with pizza. For a limited time, people who purchase their products can receive bonus in-game items for Ubisoft’s upcoming open-world title.

The deal, currently only available in the US, applies to Totino’s products like its pizza rolls and party pizza packs. They will come with codes that will get you things like temporary XP boosts and weapons. Here’s how it works and what you get.

The first on-pack code redemption unlocks an XP Boost, the second unlocks a Horn of Aries Sickle Sword, and the third gets you a Bighorn Bow. Every code redemption thereafter (up to 12 total purchases) unlocks an additional XP Boost.

People who purchase these pizza goods at Walmart get an additional bonus. A fourth item will be available that isn’t available anywhere else. The Ram Axe heavy weapon will be rewarded to hungry, hungry shoppers that purchase the 120-count pizza rolls pack.

Furthermore, the specially marked Totino’s boxes come with codes that you can enter on this pizza-themed Assassin’s Creed website for a chance to win prizes like an Xbox One X, a copy of Odyssey, and other Assassin’s Creed swag. This is similar to a promotion that Middle Earth: Shadow of War had last year with Totino’s.

In other news, the world map for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has been revealed. The map will cover 130km² which is 62% bigger than the 80km² of Origins. This means that the whole world of Origins would only take up a shocking 38% of the map.

The image below, courtesy of PowerPyx, reveals the sheer vastness of it.

assassins creed odyssey map

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey launches October 5 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It’s also available as a streaming-only title for Nintendo Switch in Japan.

Check out the launch trailer below.


Dan Hodges

Staff Writer

Dan is a lover of games and music from the UK. He loves RPGs, shooters, roguelikes, and World of Warcraft, but he'll play anything he can get his hands on really.