The most awaited, highly-acclaimed upcoming action-adventure video game "Assassin's Creed Origins" is more than ready for its worldwide release this October 27. Developer Ubisoft Montreal and publisher Ubisoft have made sure that the upcoming "Origins" title will have all the hype it can get by striking impressive tie-ups to create unique video game merchandise.

"Assassin's Creed Origins" will probably be one of Ubisoft's most promising and ambitious project to date. A video game of epic proportions deserved an epic undertaking. The team behind "Origins" made sure that the next title in the "Assassin's Creed" franchise will provide players with an authentic experience.

Moreover, during the development of "Origins" in 2014, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot expressed his desire to improve the quality of individual titles in the franchise.

Ubisoft works to ensure that all the effort and hard work they've put in will not go to waste, they have teamed-up with some of the biggest names from different businesses that would help boost and kick off the coming of "Origins."

The Assassin's Festival

In August this year, "Final Fantasy" video game developer Square Enix and "Assassins Creed" video game publisher Ubisoft announced a one of a kind collaboration that would treat fans to an exclusive event. Called the Assassin's Festival, "Final Fantasy XV" characters get to dress up and use the iconic Assassin's garb.

The special and free DLC also allows players to use game mechanics from the AC franchise.

This limited affair will run from August 31, 2017, to January 31, 2018.

Monstrous merchandise

In September, Ubisoft stroke a deal with Monster Energy to promote "Origins" via codes printed in Monster Energy cans. Players will get to enjoy in-game bonuses and rare in-game weapons.

The major prizes included Xbox One X consoles, copies of the "Assassin's Creed Origins" video game and an all-expense paid trip to Ubisoft's studio in Montreal.

Ubisoft even released ultra expensive and limited edition Utopia headphones, only 10 were made and are for sale by French jeweler Tournaire at its Paris boutique. These headsets feature 18-carat gold designs inspired by the game's location and costs a whopping $59,000.

An ultra-rare pair

With just a week to go before the game hits the shelves, Ubisoft announced another one of a kind collaboration. This time they commissioned custom sneakers designer Dominic Lowman. Lowman worked on the Adidas Yeezy, the product of an official collaboration with Adidas and artist Kanye West.

The shoe design was handcrafted to perfection and are reminiscent of Egyptian hieroglyphics.