Nvidia Is Offering Watch Dogs: Legion And One Year Of GeForce Now With RTX 3000 Purchase

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Following the announcement of the powerful RTX 3000 series graphics cards, Nvidia has shared details about a special bundle for early birds. The special limited-time bundle includes a free copy of Watch Dogs: Legion for those who buy an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070, or a prebuilt PC that comes with any of the new cards.

Watch Dogs: Legion is an open-world action-adventure video game set in an alternate version of London. The special bundle was accompanied by a new trailer for Watch Dogs: Legion, showing off RTX ray tracing features within the game, including DLSS 2.0. The special bundle also includes a year of GeForce Now Founders subscription. GeForce Now is Nvidia's cloud gaming service that allows users to stream PC games to their laptops and mobile devices. GeForce Now's Founder subscription offers priority access to the servers, RTX-enabled streaming, and extended game session lengths.

Watch Dogs: Legion will have players explore an alternate version of London, where players can play as any character that they find within the game's world. Additionally, each character in Legion will have their own abilities, perks, and skills. The latest trailer posted by Ubisoft shows a ton of water reflections, diffused lighting, shadows and more that make the game look absolutely spectacular.

The special bundle is an attractive offer for gamers that are looking to upgrade to the new RTX 3000 series. However, longtime PC gamers will want to wait to see how third-party brands will overclock these cards. After-market versions of these GPUs are known to perform better than Nvidia's Founders Edition cards, but these cards may not offer a free game.

The Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 will launch on September 17, the RTX 3090 will launch a week later on September 24, and the RTX 3070 will launch in October.

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