2017 GeForce GTX 10 Series Latest Update: NVIDIA Announces 'Destiny 2' Bundle for GeForce GTX 1080 & 1080 Ti Cards
NVIDIA has announced yet another game bundle but this time pairing Bungie's much-anticipated "Destiny 2" with NVIDIA's extremely performant GeForce GTX 1080 and 1080 Ti. Here are the latest updates.
NVIDIA Announces "Destiny 2" Bundle for GeForce GTX Cards
The "Destiny 2" will be available for PCs and it will soon launch on October 24th for PCs and September 6th for consoles. Hence, NVIDIA has already released "Destiny 2" PC gameplay video at 4K and 60 FPS, hinting at how higher-end graphics cards can take advantage of what Destiny 2 graphically has to offer, according to AnandTech.
In other words, "Destiny 2" on PC will offer up to 4K resolution and uncapped framerate. It also offers an adjustable field-of-view and support for ultra-wide/special monitor configurations. As a massively multiplayer online sci-fi first-person shooter, which Bungie previously described as a "shared world shooter", the PC version of the game will only be available via Blizzard App/Battle.net, as reported by PC World.
"Destiny 2" Bundle Details
With the Rocket League bundle still in play until July 31st, NVIDIA nicely covers the GeForce GTX 10-series lineup from the humble GTX 1050 up to the GTX 1080 Ti. However, the sole has an exception for the GTX 1070.
In conclusion, this will be a very short-lived bundle. Meanwhile, NVIDIA is only running it for the next two weeks from today through June 27th presumably as an E3 tie-in.
Once redeemed, "Destiny 2" Early Beta Access codes can only be used through the life of the beta. For "Destiny 2" game codes, it may only be redeemed until 30 days after PC launch date.
Hence, the codes must be redeemed only through GeForce Experience. Player also need to be sure to verify the participation of any vendors purchased from as NVIDIA. The reason is that NVIDIA will not give codes for purchases made from sellers that are not participating.
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