NVIDIA plays the bundle card to take out the excess GeForce RTX 3000
It is not a mystery, NVIDIA is preparing the arrival of the new generation of video cardsbut it has a problem: there are on the market too many GeForce RTX 3000 to dispose of. Yes, after years of scarcity and extremely high prices, for some time the price lists have become more affordable and the availability of GPUs has definitely improved, to the point of representing a possible obstacle for the introduction of the RTX 4000 range.
Rumors do not rule out a delay from the period September / October to December or early 2023, but NVIDIA’s intention seems to be to present the first models within the year, in order to take advantage of the wave of Christmas purchases.
For this reason, the company is trying to make the GeForce RTX 3000 offer more attractive with “Face your demons“, a new bundle which comprises four games Bethesda Softworks – Ghostwire: Tokyo and DOOM Eternal, plus expansions The Ancient Gods Part One and Part Two – affecting gamers who purchase a desktop PC, laptop or GeForce video card starting today through August 1 RTX 3080, 3080Ti, 3090, 3090Ti at participating partners. The bundle is worth around € 130 and more information can be found here.
NVIDIA also makes it known that NVIDIA Reflex technology to reduce latency is supported by four new games: Deep Rock Galactic (also supports DLSS and DLAA), LEAP (also supports DLSS), ICARUS (also supports DLSS and ray tracing) and Nine to Five. In addition, the US company anticipates that Warhammer 40,000: Darktide will launch with NVIDIA Reflex, DLSS and ray tracing technologies included.
The hardware ecosystem with NVIDIA Reflex support is also growing. Added to the list are AOC’s AGON PRO AG274QG and ViewSonic Gaming ELITE XG321UG monitors, as well as Cooler Master’s MM720, HyperX’s Pulsefire Haste Wireless and Lenovo’s Legion M300S mice.