Image: EA/DICE

With Battlefield 2042 being one of the biggest upcoming releases of the year, it’s no surprise that many companies have been eager to partner with EA and DICE for various promotions related to the highly anticipated multiplayer-only shooter.

One of the bigger Battlefield 2042 promoters happens to be NVIDIA, which is serving as the game’s official PC graphics platform partner.

NVIDIA is cementing the partnership today with new Battlefield 2042 bundles. For a limited time, Battlefield fans can get the latest installment of the game with the purchase of a qualifying GeForce RTX 3090, 3080 Ti, 3080, 3070 Ti, and 3070 desktop or laptop system.

NVIDIA’s Battlefield 2042 bundle includes the standard edition of the game. The bundle also includes a handful of pre-order bonuses, such as early access to the open beta, a “Mr. Chompy” dinosaur charm, and Baku ACB-90 melee takedown knife.

“With NVIDIA’s game-changing suite of technologies, we’re able to make Battlefield 2042 the most technologically advanced Battlefield ever,” said Seth Christie, Head of Technology for EA Studios Europe.

“NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex provide maximum performance, image quality, and the lowest latency for the ultimate competitive experience. We’re really excited to be partnering with NVIDIA as our official PC Graphics Platform Partner, to help showcase iconic all-out warfare, unprecedented scale, and dynamically-changing battlegrounds.”

Battlefield 2042 launches worldwide on October 22 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC via Origin, Steam, and the Epic Games Store. The PC version will feature support for NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex. Unfortunately, it doesn’t appear that Battlefield 2042 leverages any sort of ray tracing.

Image: NVIDIA

To add the Battlefield 2042 GeForce RTX bundle to your arsenal, head to one of our participating retailers, and simply select an eligible desktop PC or laptop powered by a GeForce RTX 3090, 3080 Ti, 3080, 3070 Ti, or 3070. Once your new system is in grasp, you’ll receive digital codes gifting you Battlefield 2042 and aforementioned goodies.

Source: NVIDIA

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