Twitch Prime Members Get an Exclusive Assassin's Creed Odyssey Armor Set, Here's How

Twitch Prime Members Get an Exclusive Assassin's Creed Odyssey Armor Set, Here's How

Twitch Prime rewards expand to Assassin's Creed.

Twitch Prime is rolling out cosmetic rewards for Assassin's Creed Odyssey with the Aegean Pirate Pack. The reward is available starting today October 2 to December and will be free for members of Twitch Prime.

The Aegean Pirate Pack includes a rare armor set, the Atoll Horse mount, a pirate-y skin for your ship and a pirate crew. You too can be a seafaring marauder if you dress like one of these bandits. Check out the design of the loot below.

Twitch Prime Aegean Pirate Pack. Source: Twitch

The Aegean Pirate Pack is apparently exclusive to Twitch Prime members. Like similar Twitch Prime rewards for PUBG, players must link their Twitch Prime account with their Uplay Account, which you can do so here. Follow the instructions once the accounts are linked and you'll then be able to choose which platform to claim your reward in.

Twitch Prime is a membership service that comes with additional perks for Twitch viewers. A subscription is included with Amazon Prime, so if you're a member of Amazon's shopping deal service, you automatically have a Twitch Prime subscription.

You can read our Assassin's Creed Odyssey review right here. The game is available now for those who pre-ordered any deluxe edition of the game but will be available for everyone on October 5. Check out our Assassin's Creed Odyssey guide if you need help on your Ancient Greek adventure.

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