In anticipation for the upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie, Kernel is offering movie-goers a series of pre-order ticket packages that range from $15 to a whopping $1,200.
The absence of a new Assassin’s Creed video game in 2016 means that fans of the franchise will have only the upcoming movie adaptation to look forward to. Despite a while to go before the film’s December release date, movie media site Kernel has launched a series of pre-order ticket packages for the upcoming movie.
But these Assassin’s Creed movie ticket packages aren’t the usual advance ticket sale fare, as Kernel’s pre-order packages includes numerous extras and bonus merchandise depending on the price tag. The cheapest offer available will cost only $15 and comes with a movie ticket, a copy of the film script, an Assassin’s Creed-branded watch, some temporary tattoos from Michael Fassbender‘s Aguillar character, and some “behind-the-scenes extras.” That’s a great deal for just $15, but for those wanting to part with more money, there are some other very interesting packages available.
The $25 ticket package will come with an extra T-shirt, while $60 will buy fans an Assassin’s Creed hidden blade toy. For fans with deeper pockets, there’s a $120 package that comes with an official Assassin’s Creed hoodie, and a $600 package that comes with a hand-painted Aguilar premiere scale statue.
And finally, the biggest package available will set fans back a whopping $1,200, and will come with an exact 1:1 scale replica 15th Century crossbow used in a “pivotal scene” in the movie. This hand-crafted 18-inch crossbow features motifs from Assassin’s Creed, and with only 20 being made, those interested may want to line up now.
As for the Assassin’s Creed movie itself, other than a few pictures and a mysterious viral marketing campaign, there’s been no footage released or any plot reveals so far. There’s not much to judge the movie’s quality on, but initial signs appear promising as there are plans to connect the film to the Assassin’s Creed video game universe. At the very least, no one can fault the film’s all-star cast since it features a number of Oscar winners and nominees.
These pre-order ticket packages won’t answer the question as to whether the Assassin’s Creed movie will be any good, but there’s some doubt among fans, considering that most video game movie adaptations are terrible. But until some footage of the film is released, the Assassin’s Creed movie gets the benefit of the doubt for now.
The film adaptation of Assassin’s Creed is set to be released in theaters on December 21, 2016.