Nvidia give credit up to $150 on free-to-play games for GTX GPU buyers

/ 5 years ago

Since AMD has been making effort to give game bundles with some of their graphic cards in their Never Settle Reloaded campaign which includes the title such as Crysis 3, Bioshock Infinite and Tomb Raider, it was only a matter of time that it would provoke some action from Nvidia to provide something.

And they did! 

Although Nvidia lost the bidding of Crysis 3 to AMD, Nvidia recently unveiled their game bundle campaign by giving away credits.

Any GeForce GTX graphics card will be eligible to get a free in-game credit to buy in to some free-to-play titles who have partnered with Nvidia. Those who have purchased a GTX 650/650 Ti will get $25 credit each for one of these 3 games whereas those who have bought GTX 660 will get $50 per game.

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The people who qualify for this bundle, however and for now, is limited to these countries:

Nvidia did note that the decision was to give an incentive based on a survey that Valve’s Steam platform collected from over 36 Million users and stating that most of the systems don’t hit the minimum requires of these 3 games.

Via: Hot Hardware

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2 Responses to “Nvidia give credit up to $150 on free-to-play games for GTX GPU buyers”
  1. Wayne says:

    Reducing the prices of their cards instead of trying to ram some crappy F2P games down peoples throats would be a far better incentive to upgrade.

  2. I agree. The AMD perks far superior offerings. I need to replace my GTX 470 and it looks like I might get AMD budget card looking forward to the new lineups later this year

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