Nvidia has started offering the Pick Your Path GeForce GTX bundle, which enables gamers who buy a qualifying GeForce GTX GPU to add The Crew, Far Cry 4 or Assassin’s Creed Unity to their library for free. GPUs that qualify for the offer are GeForce GTX 980, 970, 780 Ti or 780, or a notebook with GeForce GTX 980M or 970M, Nvidia said.
If a top-tier GPU or system is out of your price range, but you still want to play the three games at 1920x1080 with some settings dialed down, the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750 are affordable options. And like their bigger, faster brothers, they are part of a new bundle, one which gives you $150 of in-game currency to spend in War Thunder, Strife, and Infinite Crisis.
All three games support NVIDIA GameWorks technologies such as HBAO+ and PCSS for realistic shadows and TXAA for "cinema quality" smooth graphics rendering. Looking at individual titles Far Cry 4 additionally boasts "enhanced 4K support," Nvidia GoodRays lighting and Nvidia HairWorks. Street racing game The Crew also employs the core Nvidia GameWorks technologies and is playable in 4K.
For a list of participating Pick Your Path Bundle retailers and e-tailers head to the Pick Your Path bundle landing page, and for a list of participating Free To Play Bundle retailers and e-tailers, head to the Free To Play Bundle Landing Page.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare GeForce Game Ready Driver released
Nvidia also today released the new GeForce Game Ready Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare 344.60 WHQL drivers.
In addition to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare support, the new drivers include all of the optimizations and improvements from Nvidia's recent GeForce Game Ready 344.48 WHQL drivers, and support for Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) technology on GeForce GTX 400, 500, 600, 700 and 900 Series GeForce GTX graphics cards.