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Thursday, 22 August 2013 07:42

Nvidia kicks off Ubisoft bundle with select cards

Written by Peter Scott

Never settle for an AMD bundle

AMD has stirred up the AIB industry with its recently updated Never Settle bundles, which now allow users to choose the games they want to redeem, and they offer quite a few AAA titles to choose from.

 

Nvidia has yet to counter AMD’s latest moves, but there are some positive developments. In July Nvidia announced a partnership with Ubisoft to bundle several new titles with select GTX cards. These include Splinter Cell Blacklist, Watch Dogs and Assassins Creed IV Black Flag. Splinter Cell Conviction is also up for grabs.

Now that SC:Blacklist has officially launched, so has the bundle. Users who pick up a GeForce GTX 660, 660 Ti, 670, 680, 760, 770 or 780 are eligible for the freebie, Nvidia announced at Gamescom.

It is a good move, but AMD still has the upper hand with its massive Never Settle Forever promotion.

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