Batman Arkham Knight FREE with GeForce Graphics Card Purchase — ‘Two Times the Adventure’ Bundle

by Luke Wongsuwan
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There is some interesting information available for PC gamers who pervasively yearn for the release of the upcoming Arkham Knight video gameyou will be entitled to a free copy of Arkham Knight, if you purchase one of two particular NVIDIA graphics cards from a retailer specifically participating in the “Two Times the Adventure” offer, which will cease to exist by June 1, 2015; the retailers include Amazon, B &H, Origin PC, NCIX, and more.

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A purchase of either a GeForce GTX 980 or GeForce GTX 970 graphics card shall entitle you to free copies of both PC versions of Arkham Knight and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.  However, if you only want a free copy of The Witcher 3, then you may consider purchasing one of the following graphics cards: GeForce GTX 960, GeForce GTX 980M, or GeForce GTX 970M.  Both games apparently may require a graphics card upgrade in order for high frame rates to be maintained, so one might advise you to partake in this special offer if you wish to get the most out of a game that you’re already planning to purchase.

Both Batman [Arkham Knight] and The Witcher [The Wild Hunt] raise the bar for graphical fidelity, rendering two very different open worlds with a level of detail we could only dream of last decade. And on PC, each is bolstered by NVIDIA GameWorks effects that increase fidelity, realism, and immersion. But to use those effects in conjunction with the many other available options, whilst retaining a high frame rate, it’s entirely possible that you’ll need an upgrade.

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Once again, if you wish to reap the benefits of this fantastic offer, please ensure that your chosen retailer is specifically participating in the “Two Times the Adventure” bundle offer, which you should access here.

Experience both The Witcher® 3: Wild Hunt and Batman™: Arkham Knight the way they were meant to be played, powered by GeForce GTX GPUs and NVIDIA GameWorks™ technologies like Hairworks and NVIDIA PhysX™.


Source: GeForce via ArkhamVerse


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