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Tuesday, 12 February 2013 15:37

Nvidia comes up with its own Geforce bundle

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Free 2 Play US $75-$150 bundle


Following the recent AMD push with its Never Settle bundle deal, Nvidia has announced its own Free 2 Play bundle available with select Geforce GTX GPUs.

Although it does not offer impressive AAA titles like Crysis 3, Bioshock: Infinite, new Tomb Raider and others, seen in the AMD's Never Settle Reloaded bundle, it still adds US $75-$150 value to Geforce GTX 650 and higher end graphics cards. The bundle focuses on Free 2 Play games that, according to Nvidia, generate much more revenue when compared to the AAA titles.

The Geforce Free 2 Play bundle includes up to US $150 value of in-game currency in Hawken, World of Tanks and PlanetSide 2 games. The deal gets you US $75 of in-game currency for a GTX 650 or 650 Ti and US $150 for a GTX 660 or any other more expensive graphics card. The first one gets you 2050 Gold and 1 month premium in World of Tanks, "Gear Up pack" in Planetside 2 and 3600 Meteor credit in Hawken, while the US $150 one gets you 7500 Gold and 1 month premium in World of Tanks, "Premium Gear Up pack" in Planetside 2 and 7200 Meteor credit in Hawken.

In case you are one of the many that are enjoying these F2P games then your next upgrade might just well be an Nvidia based Geforce GTX graphics card.

You can find the new Geforce Free 2 Play bundle details here.

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