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Nvidia and Ubisoft are giving away Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition

Nvidia and Ubisoft have teamed up to offer consumers a free game and in-game content when picking up a new graphics card from the RTX 20 series. EVGA will be running with the offer too, so buying an EVGA RTX 20 series card will bag you a free copy of Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition.

For a limited time only, buying one of EVGA’s qualifying RTX 20 series cards will entitle you to redeem a code for Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition on PC, as well as early access to six new operators and Year 5 BattlePass Privileges, a bunch of VIP Perks and exclusive in-game content such as uniforms, headgear and weapon skins.

The new offer from Nvidia named the “Frames Wins Games Bundle” is available when purchasing a qualifying card from the EVGA store directly or from participating retailers. Graphics cards qualifying for the deal include the RTX 2080 TI, 2080 Super, RTX 2080, RTX 2070 Super, RTX 2070 along with the RTX 2060 and 2060 Super. Not only from EVGA but other vendors too.

To claim this amazing offer, users must register the card at EVGA.om, request a game code using the form while logged into their EVGA account and then redeem the code using GeForce Experience. Codes are limited to one per person and each code will get you the game, 6 new Year 5 operators with 7-day early access, VIP perks including 5% renown boost, Alpha pack and 10% store discount. Year 5 BattlePass Privileges will be unlocked with the code and exclusive in-game content.

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KitGuru says: Any of you guys thinking of picking up a new RTX 20 series card soon? Would this deal from Nvidia and Ubisoft make you even more tempted to pull the trigger?

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