Tomb Raider is a classic series now running for nearly 20 years. While the original titles are beyond dated graphically, Rise of the Tomb Raider looks to not only be quite the GPU workout but also claims to be 4K ready. Which if the screenshots are enough verification will make for some of the sharpest graphics I’ve ever seen in game. Even if the game is taxing at the high end those of us with more mortal machines may still be fine, since the minimum requirements are more in the realms of a GeForce GTX 650.

If you are interested in the new Tomb Raider and are also looking for a GPU upgrade, you can get the game thrown in for free and have ample graphics power on launch. From now until February 16th the Rise of the Tomb Raider GeForce GTX Bundle will be given to anyone who purchases a qualifying the GTX 970 or better (excluding Titan X) desktop cards or qualifying 970M, 980M or 980 equipped notebooks computers.

NVIDIA Current Game Bundles
Video Card Bundle
GeForce GTX Titan X None
GeForce GTX 980Ti/980/970 Rise of the Tomb Raider
GeForce GTX 960/950 None
GeForce GTX 980 For Notebooks Rise of the Tomb Raider
GeForce GTX 980M/970M Rise of the Tomb Raider
GeForce GTX 965M And Below None

Those wishing to participate are encouraged by NVIDIA to check the product description of the item they are purchasing to ensure that the seller is participating in the "Rise of the Tomb Raider GeForce GTX bundle”, as NVIDIA cannot provide codes and coupons for purchases made at non-participating retailers and e-tailers. Per the Terms and Conditions, the offer is valid worldwide excluding China. Rise of the Tomb Raider will be released for the PC on January 28, 2016.

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  • Sivar - Saturday, January 9, 2016 - link

    I'm happy to see a non-Ubisoft game in nVidia's bundle, finally.
    Many of their games are fun, but no software company since Oracle has had such disdain for their customers.
    Long-standing game-stopping bugs that aren't fixed even across sequels, uPlay, non-skippable intro videos, forcing customers to unplug ALL joysticks/pedals/gamepads/throttles in order to use a mouse/keyboard.
    "Suffer. SUFFER for buying our products. We hate you all with the intensity of the sun itself." --Ubisoft
  • moozooh - Sunday, January 10, 2016 - link


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