Nvidia bundles Metal Gear Solid V with new graphics cardsBy Tim Schiesser 14 comments
Nvidia has announced a new game bundle for their high-end GeForce graphics cards, giving gamers a free copy of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain with qualifying purchases at participating retailers.
The graphics cards that will come with Metal Gear Solid V at select retailers worldwide are the GeForce GTX 960, 970, 980 and 980 Ti. Some gaming notebooks with a GTX 980M or 970M inside will also come with a free copy of the game.
The new Metal Gear Solid V bundle replaces Nvidia's previous bundle that gifted graphics card buyers The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt and/or Batman: Arkham Knight. Like with the previous bundle, the redemption code you get for MGSV will allow you to download the game after its release on September 15th.
As you might expect, Metal Gear Solid V will be an Nvidia-sponsored title, although it looks like the game will not integrate any GameWorks features. However, Nvidia does say the title will "benefit greatly" from the company's other technologies, such as Dynamic Super Resolution and SLI.
Nvidia's new game bundle is already available through Amazon on a wide variety of graphics cards, and the offer will last from now until October 1, 2015.