With the arrival of Fall also comes the biggest quarter of the year for new game releases, and to that end NVIDIA is updating their hardware game bundles. This morning the company is announcing a new bundle for their GeForce RTX cards, which will see the latest Call of Duty game, Modern Warfare, included with the cards as well as systems containing them. This latest bundle is currently scheduled to run through mid-November, or until NVIDIA updates it once more.

Like previous NVIDIA GeForce RTX game bundles, the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare bundle is focused on including a flagship game that showcases the features of NVIDIA’s newest cards. In this case, Modern Warfare checks all of the boxes; along with being a high-profile game in and of itself, the game is receiving (practically obligatory) support for ray tracing via DXR, as well as adaptive shading support.

Digging into the bundle itself, as this is a single game bundle, NVIDIA’s deal is pretty straightforward. The company will be including the game with all of their GeForce RTX cards, from the RTX 2060 up to the RTX 2080 Ti. This offer also applies to many desktop and laptop systems including these cards as well, so long as the vendor is a participating NVIDIA partner.

NVIDIA Current Game Bundles
(September 2019)
Video Card Bundle
GeForce RTX 20 Series (All) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019)
GeForce GTX 16 Series (All) None

Meanwhile, the fact that this is an RTX-only bundle means that NVIDIA’s GTX 16 series cards are being left out. The company has not launched a bundle for those cards, so at least for the time being, only the RTX 20 cards are getting a game bundle.

Finally, as always, codes must be redeemed via NVIDIA Redemption portal on a system with a qualifying graphics card installed. More information and details can be found in the terms and conditions. Be sure to verify the participation of any vendors purchased from, as NVIDIA will not give codes for purchases made from non-participating sellers.

Source: NVIDIA

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  • Yojimbo - Thursday, September 19, 2019 - link

    Same performance levels as what? As the more expensive cards? Of course not. Higher performing cards or cards with other advantages cost more than less valuable cards. That's always the case.

    Why, for example, do people need 1440p monitors when they used to have 1080p monitors? They are willing to spend for it, which includes the GPUs it takes to drive them. And as the prices of other components go down they are willing to spend as much or more for their gaming rigs, pushing more and more money into the GPUs because they GPUs make a bigger and bigger difference to the gaming experience as compared with the other components. People spend less money on fancy RAM, high priced CPUs, sound cards, faster drives, etc, because they just don't differentiate the gaming experience as much as they did years ago. GPUs do, however. When NVIDIA launched a 561 square mm card (GTX 780) back in 2014 it cost about as much as the 545 square mm 2080, adjusted for inflation. The 294 square mm 680 cost 500 2012 dollars at launch. The 1660 Ti was $280 at 284 square mm. NVIDIA and AMD were able to hit lower price points in 2019 with the 5700 and the SUPER series than NVIDIA hit in 2018 because the price of GDDR6 RAM went down in that time frame. NVIDIA is a lower cost producer than AMD because of their architectural advantage. AMD had to pay for more expensive 7 nm silicon to compete. Competition certainly helps to shave prices down but NVIDIA's prices over the years have not been as heavily affected by AMD's offerings as you think and the margins the margins they achieve on their cards have not gone up that much, except for the fact, as I have said before, that people are buying more higher end cards. More expensive cards that have bigger dies, are more expensive to make, and carry bigger margins. That is entirely their decision, they aren't "forced" to buy them by NVIDIA or AMD or anyone else.
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  • Korguz - Friday, September 20, 2019 - link

    " Same performance levels as what? " for the same price level. while the RX 5700 series is giving some competition to the 2070/2060 there really isnt any thing at the top end yet. but, cause of this, at least for those that i know from work, and friends, practically any card priced above the 2060, is out of their wallets reach, or, the performance increase, isnt worth the cost, for my, i would need to go to a high end 2070, or 2080 for the upgrade to be worth it, but to do that, costs too much. as for nivdia's margins, i think they are still making a good chunk there, even with the crypo currency thing kind of crashing, they still almost made a billion or so for FY 2020 :-)

    " NVIDIA's prices over the years have not been as heavily affected by AMD's offerings as you think " oh ?? cause there was nothing from amd to challenge nvdia, they were free to charge what ever they pleased, and what the market could bare, and as such.. prices have gone up, they may cost more to make, but come on, a 2080 TI, where i am, STARTS at around the $1400 cdn mark, and goes as high as $2780 cdn !!!! even the 2070s range from 1k to around 1300. as i said.. the same is also true for intel, look how much their cpu's have gone up over the last few years, and all you get for the most part, is 10% or less more performance over the previous cpus.
    if you think the prices nvidia charges for their cards now is reasonable, then you either have a nice paying job, with few bills to play, and money to spare, or, have no children, no car payment, other monthly bills and no mortgage to pay for each month.
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  • Yojimbo - Sunday, September 22, 2019 - link

    You said: "" Same performance levels as what? " for the same price level"

    You're just going in circles. I already dealt with that argument at least once, maybe twice in the thread.

    You said: "" NVIDIA's prices over the years have not been as heavily affected by AMD's offerings as you think " oh ?? cause there was nothing from amd to challenge nvdia, they were free to charge what ever they pleased, and what the market could bare, and as such.. prices have gone up,"

    And I have already dealt with that in the thread to. This is a waste of time.

    Good day...
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  • WarlockOfOz - Sunday, September 22, 2019 - link

    Video cards, especially the high end ones, are fundamentally a luxury good. No one is going to die or lose their job because they could only run Modern Shooter 2020 in 1080p60 medium rather than 4k240 ultra. If you think that the step from a basic card to a top end doesn't gain you enough to justify the cost keep the money in your pocket, you won't miss out on a single game by buying a 570 or 1650. Complaining that the companies charge prices other people are willing to pay won't bring them down. Reply
  • Vitor - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Yeah, I would also wait for 7nm. Reply
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  • Korguz - Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - link

    um no.. Reply
  • nils_ - Friday, September 20, 2019 - link

    Just got my RTX 2080 Super. At first I thought it included only the very old modern warfare which I considered an odd choice. Glad I was wrong (didn't know there was going to be a new MW). Though the new one is also very likely to be censored or downright banned here in Germany. Reply

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