Death Stranding Free Bundle Nvidia

Ok, this is a piece of great news for the gamers who are looking forward to purchasing the latest new GeForce RTX graphics card here is an Epic offer you can take advantage off. We knew that Nvidia has partnered with the 505 Games and KOJIMA PRODUCTIONS to bring this great deal for their customers. When you buy an Nvidia latest GeForce RTX Graphics card or even a laptop with the Nvidia GPU, You will get the Death Stranding Free.

Death Stranding Free On Above Nvidia RTX Graphics Cards.

Nvidia has announced the offer for the latest GeForce RTX Graphics cards, PCs and laptops will get a copy of DEATH STRANDING with the purchase of an eligible;

GeForce RTX 2080 Ti


RTX 2080

RTX 2070


RTX 2060 and RTX 2060 SUPER

GeForce RTX  Graphics cards for PCs, or laptops or desktop that come with these latest GPUs. That means you will not get the Free Game when buying the more affordable, GTX 1660 Ti, GTX 1660, or other entry-level graphics cards. 

The offer is for a limited time, and gamers will receive a Steam code for the PC Digital Download edition of DEATH STRANDING.  

The Death Stranding bundle offer starts from July 09th 2020 and will End On July 29th, 2020. Nvidia has also launched the Day Zero drivers with several optimizations for the Death Stranding, and you will experience much better frame rates when using the new drivers.

The Nvidia company also said in a press release that the new drivers offer better performance in recent games like Horizon Zero Dawn and F1 2020.

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Beyond bundles, existing Nvidia RTX owners are privy to a new Game Ready graphics driver. These new cards include support for F1 2020 and Death Stranding.

Furthermore, Nvidia’s announcing three new G-Sync Compatible displays: the Dell S2721HGF, S2721DGF, and Lenovo G25-10. All three monitors should support variable refresh rates through Nvidia’s drivers if they didn’t work already.

So between the hiking, new drivers, and monitor compatibility, hopefully, there’s something in Nvidia’s latest news which appeals to you. 

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