If you’re in the market to upgrade your gaming PC, or at least your graphics card, NVIDIA is making a bid for your hard earned dough. Today, NVIDIA announced the “Two Times the Adventure” bundle, which can get PC gamers up to two AAA titles coming out this month. If you buy one of NVIDIA’s top GeForce cards, they will send you codes to download copies of both The Witcher III: Wild Hunt and Batman: Arkham Knight.
Both The Witcher and Arkham Knight have some pretty steep system requirements. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt code will be provided with a purchase of any of five eligible graphics cards, but you will only receive both games with a purchase of the GeForce GTX 970 or 980. Refer to NVIDIA’s press release for the list of eligible cards and retailers who are participating in the promotion.
NVIDIA boasts immersive, detailed features for both games, such as enhanced hair (yes, they brag up something called NVIDIA HairWorks) and lighting. Essentially, the small details that help further immerse the player into the huge, dynamic worlds that both games are promising. If you are going to spend 200 hours exploring the world of The Witcher III, you probably want everything to look as perfect as it can.
Both of these AAA titles want to do their best to keep you inside this summer. A top of the line video card can run over $500, so any charity offered with it can help to cushion that blow to your wallet. The promotion runs through June 1st, so decisions need to be made in a hurry. The Witcher III: Wild Hunt releases on on May 19, and Batman: Arkham Knight releases June 23rd. Combined, they would run you around $120.
Planning on upgrading the graphics card and taking advantage of this promotion? Or are you just going to stick to Grand Theft Auto V to steal your time this summer? Let us know in the comments below!
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