PUBG: Battlegrounds and Hot Pockets are associated in a new promotion

Krafton announces a promotional partnership between Hot Pockets and PUBG: Battlegrounds, which will include locker codes on merchandise boxes.

Through July 31, 15 million Hot Pocket frozen sandwich packs will be adorned with special PUBG: Battlegrounds branding. Fans need only look for the PUBG mascot, the white dress shirt and skinny tie with a level 3 helmet, in the corner of a Hot Pockets crate.

Purchasing these special PUBG: Battlegrounds Hot Pockets Crates will allow players to obtain an exclusive Hot Pockets-themed gear set that can be worn while playing Battle Royale.

In total, there are five different PUBG: Battlegrounds cosmetics to acquire, so players who want to earn the full set will need to purchase at least five Hot Pockets products.

However, the codes are not inside the box. To get a code, PUBG: Battlegrounds players will need to save their receipt and then upload it to a special Hot Pockets website. Hot Pockets will then verify the authenticity of the purchase and deliver the code to the email address provided by the purchaser.

Before PUBG: Battlegrounds players go out and buy five of the same type of Hot Pockets, they should know that there are a variety of Hot Pockets products included in the promotional event.

That includes Crispy Crust Hickory Ham & Cheddar Hot Pockets and their Croissant Crust variants, as well as Philly Steak & Cheese Hot Pockets items. Hot Pockets fans probably already know exactly what they want, but sometimes it’s nice to switch things up.

The cosmetics that players can earn are exactly what should be expected from a partnership with Hot Pockets. Together, they look like a red biker outfit, replete with a biker helmet, that’s been smeared with a cheesy goo. PUBG: Battlegrounds players can eat Hot Pockets to become Hot Pocket.

PUBG: Battlegrounds is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Stadia, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and mobile devices.

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