NVIDIA Launches “Face Your Demons” GeForce RTX Game Bundle with DOOM Eternal and Ghostwire: Tokyo

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NVIDIA has announced a new game bundle in a potential effort to get more of its flagship graphics cards off the shelves ahead of the impending GeForce RTX 40 Series.

Starting today, those who buy select GeForce RTX 3080, GeForce 3080 Ti, GeForce RTX 3090, and GeForce RTX 3090 Ti products at participating partners will get two free Bethesda Softworks games in the form of Ghostwire: Tokyo and DOOM Eternal as part of NVIDIA’s new “Face Your Demons” GeForce RTX Bundle.

NVIDIA has marketed this promotion as a bundle of four games, as DOOM Eternal includes its Year One Pass, which provides access to the shooter’s two campaign expansions, The Ancient Gods and The Ancient Gods: Part Two. BATTLEMODE, a a 2v1 battle experience, is also included.

These games are valued at $129.97 and can be redeemed on Steam.

Ghostwire: Tokyo

Tango Gameworks’ Ghostwire: Tokyo is a gripping supernatural first-person action game set in a modern-day Tokyo, where the entire populace has vanished without a trace. Ally with a powerful spectral entity on their quest for vengeance, and use an arsenal of elemental abilities to unravel the truth behind the disappearance and save Tokyo.

DOOM Eternal

Thanks to the RT Cores and Tensor Cores of GeForce RTX GPUs, GeForce experience spectacular ray-traced graphics, and enjoy NVIDIA DLSS-accelerated frame rates in the latest and greatest games, including id Software’s DOOM Eternal, one of the highest-rated shooters of all time. 202 critics awarded DOOM Eternal an average of 89%, and 91% of over 135,000 Steam reviewers recommend you play.

NVIDIA’s Face Your Demons GeForce RTX Bundle will run until August 1, 2022. Those who have purchased eligible GeForce RTX 30 Series GPUs have until September 1, 2022 to claim their games.

The full terms and conditions of the promotion can be found here.

Source: NVIDIA

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