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Consumers who purchase certain Geforce computers will get currency for free-to-play titles Warframe, Neverwinter, and Marvel Heroes.
To get the deal, you have to purchase a Geforce GTX 650 or a 700M notebook with a
Geforce GTX GPU from Nvidia. You can head here to learn more about it, or offer up your credit card and give them a sale. The credit is evenly distributed across the three games giving you $25 worth of credit in each game.
You can see the full press release for the promotion on page two.
Our TakeNvidia is no stranger to including free games with their sold hardware, but currency for free-to-play currency is atypical. It also seems less desirable a promotion than say, a free digital copy of of Batman: Arkham Origins.
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Typo in the title. Was no report-button, so posting here instead.
Very nice, as those are pretty decent games.
Currency, Kyle. Currency.
You have a couple errors in your article dude. Title spelling error, and Our Take. "A free digital copy of of Batman Arkham Origins.
Found another error in Our Take. "Currency for free-to-play currency is atypical". You gotta proofread before posting you articles dude.
I just bought a 750m laptop two weeks ago, do i get anything?
I always like how Nvidia does these promotions. Like GI says, its not as prominent as other offers but its still nice. 83
Marvel Heroes Buy 2 Play options are worse than SWTOR's...
Interesting promotion. Maybe they feel like laptops would be better suited to these types of games, hence the currency.
They did this last spring with Planetside 2 and two other games. I wasn't too enthused when I bought my graphics card.
I just bought a new laptop with GTX765 last week... Damn.
Am I the only person who has never heard of Neverwinter?
That's really a great deal!
Your better off taking that $75 credit and putting it towards a better card. A GTX 650 is about $170 while a 7970 (which is significantly more powerful) costs $300.