Get Destiny 2 Free With Nvidia’s GTX 1080 and 1080 Ti

destiny 2 bundle relaunched by nvidia to promote sales of gtx 1080 and 1080 ti. The card it self is powerful. The game is most anticipated among all.

NVIDIA launched a Destiny 2 bundle for customers buying GTX 1080 and 1080 Ti back in June. The bundle allowed gamers to obtain a free copy of Bungie’s upcoming title. NVIDIA is reintroducing the same bundle since Destiny 2 PC beta is set to start from August 28th.

From today till September 5, who ever purchases a GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti will receive Destiny 2. The bundle also includes 3 in-game items: Coldheart Exotic Rifle, Kill Tracker Ghost, and the Salute emote for free. The bundle promotion is also available for customers buying the pre-built systems with GTX 1080 or 1080 Ti installed. The list of participating stores is available on the official website.

It has not been made clear if the same bundle includes the codes that unlock Destiny 2 Early Access beta. But another great news is that those who don’t want to buy the card now can participate for Early Access codes this week.

Destiny has been a huge success on the consoles since its launch in 2014. Activision claimed that Destiny was the most successful new gaming franchise launch.

Judging from the developer update on the sequel, they’re introducing the game on PC with Blizzard’s app. The game supports HDR and SLI as well. Developers have revamped a lot of customization features and rebalanced multiple skills and combat mechanics, from the critical reception received for Destiny 1 on the consoles.

Destiny 2 is a First Person Shooter with Science fiction and Role Play elements. It allows a variety of combat mechanics and ability tiers to upgrade just like in Role Playing Games.

What do you think about Nvidia’s decision on reintroducing the Destiny 2 bundle? Especially after AMD’s launch of Vega 64 and soon to arrive Vega 56. Let us know in the comments section below.

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