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Nvidia to bundle free copies of Redfall with RTX 40 series graphics cards

Recently AMD announced its latest game bundle for its graphics cards, delivering free copies of The Last of Us Part 1 to buyers of RX 7000 series and RX 6000 series GPUs. Now, Nvidia is set to unveil its latest bundle, which will offer up free copies of Redfall. 

This wouldn't be the first time that an Arkane game has been bundled with Nvidia graphics cards. A few years ago, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, which was developed by Arkane with oversight provided by Machine Games, was bundled with Nvidia graphics cards. Now, the two companies are teaming up again, this time to offer Redfall with new GPU purchases.

While Nvidia has not officially announced this bundle yet, Videocardz spotted the details were already live on Punch Technology, a UK-based tech retailer. According to their web page, Redfall Bite Back Edition will be offered with purchases of RTX 4090, RTX 4080 and RTX 4070 Ti graphics cards. Given that the RTX 4070 is right around the corner, it is possible that this GPU will also be included in the offer later down the line.

Redfall Bite Back Edition includes extra bonuses beyond the base game, including access to two DLC heroes, new weapon skins and character outfits. Redfall is due to release for PC and Xbox Series X/S on the 2nd of May.

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KitGuru Says: At the risk of sounding overly negative, to me, Redfall seems like the kind of game I wouldn't play unless it came as part of a bundle like this. I'm sure the game will end up being half decent at least, but as far as game bundles go, AMD has had Nvidia beat this year with bundles including games like Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and The Last of Us Part I. 

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