Deal | Nvidia's Triple Threat Bundle offers Battlefield V, Anthem, and/or Metro Exodus with qualifying RTX 20-series purchase
Nvidia has announced a Triple Threat Bundle deal that could entice those sitting on the fence about getting one of the qualifying RTX 20-series GPUs into making a purchase. The offer is applicable to either desktop models or laptop graphics cards and is currently live. Buyers of a brand-new RTX GPU will be given a code to download their game/s of choice, and the code is redeemable until May 2.
Those willing to plump straight for an RTX 2080 Ti or RTX 2080 will be able to select all three games for free, which Nvidia claims have a combined value of US$180. Battlefield V was the first game to utilize the vaunted RTX ray-tracing technology, and it can also take advantage of the DLSS component of the Turing cards. Metro Exodus also uses DLSS, and it can wow gamers with its Ray-Traced Global Illumination and Ray-Traced Ambient Occlusion, which are apparently both firsts in a game.
Finishing off the triumphant trio is Anthem, which may be currently having some serious teething issues, but is still the sort of Triple-A title Nvidia will want to include to show off the hardcore gaming capabilities of the RTX 20-series graphics cards. Customers who prefer to select an RTX 2070 or RTX 2060 can choose just one of the above titles. Terms and conditions apply, and the Triple Threat Bundle deal is expected to continue until end of April 4 or while supplies last.
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