Purchasing one of Nvidia's freshly announced GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs will get you both Watch Dogs: Legion and a one-year GeForce Now subscription at no additional cost, the company has revealed.
Nvidia has announced the free digital Watch Dogs: Legion copy and year-long GeForce Now subscription can also be obtained through buying a pre-built GeForce RTX 30 Series PC.
As expected, the offer is only available at select retailers starting with September 17, which is the new GPUs' release date.
Nvidia GeForce RTX 3000 Series Free Year of GeForce Now and Watch Dogs Legion
The offer applies for each of the three announced GPUs – RTX 3090, 3080 or 3070 – and lasts until October 29, when Watch Dogs: Legion is set to launch.
Ubisoft's upcoming open-world action-adventure game will launch with both RTX and DLSS support, two features that were prevalent in yesterday's RTX 30 Series announcement.
In case you're unaware, GeForce Now is Nvidia's own cloud gaming service that lets you play games you already own while making use of Nvidia's own hardware. Thus, users need only worry about having a fast and stable internet connection without a beefy PC.
You can check out the extensive GeForce Now games library in our article, which we update weekly and the latest Watch Dogs: Legion trailer below.
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