NVIDIA offers new game with select GeForce video cards

NVIDIA offers new game with select GeForce video cards

Every once in a while NVIDIA bundles games with some of its video cards and now a new such period has begun. The deal now is much better than the one before, which included the total failure called Batman: Arkham Knight – if you buy a GeForce video card now, expect to get a copy of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

Sounds much better than a GeForce card plus Batman: Arkham Knight, doesn’t it? Well, there are some requirements – you must purchase a GeForce GTX 980 Ti, GTX 980, GTX 970 or GTX 960 video card or a notebook with a GeForce GTX 980M or GTX 970M video chip. The combo will also get a proper support package, which includes a Game Ready driver with SLI profiles and GeForce Experience settings. There’s no information if the bundle will get GameWorks extras that include GeForce-exclusive video effects, though.

It is unclear how long the promotion will last so if you have the money and the need for a new video card, maybe it is time to act.

Source: NVIDIA

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