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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  • mrvco - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Any word on when the next iteration of RTX cards is coming? I would like to try a ray-tracing card, but by all accounts it sounded like waiting for at least one more generation of cards would be prudent.
  • Tabalan - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Nothing certain yet, but most likely 2020. Some people speculate that it should be launched around same time as Cyberpunk 2077 (16.04.2020, might be the most popular game with Raytracing in 2020).

    Overall, I'd wait for Ampere, because it doesn't seems like Turing is fast enough in RT department (upgrade should be needed much faster than with Ampere).
  • Alistair - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Yeap too bad for the first time in years there are no new cards this year. Rebranded RTX 2080 as 2070 Super etc. doesn't count.

    7nm double the ray tracing capability. Still waiting.
  • nevcairiel - Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - link

    NVIDIA was honestly smart to not jump on 7nm right away. Early processes have clock and power limits, let them use second-gen 7nm and get the full benefit from it next year. :)
  • RoC_17 - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Ridiculously, the supplier (NV) does not adjust pricing if he observes that overpricing decreases demand, no he throws a ton of bullshit onto consumers. Hopefully one more contender in this game (Intel) can end this mockery.
  • nenforcer - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Intel new Xi graphics cards will not support real Time Ray Tracing when they are released next year in 2020. Nvidia will have a stranglehold on it until whenever AMD decides to release the next gen Navi chips sometime next year. Nvidia will probably have their .7nm Ampere out on the market by then.
  • Yojimbo - Tuesday, September 17, 2019 - link

    Demand seems to be strong... If it weren't then retail cards wouldn't be holding their selling prices as well as they are. Intel will not get into a low-margin business so I wouldn't hold out hope for them driving prices down. Actually, prices are going up and up as resources devoted to the GPU and its importance in gaming goes up and up. Maybe you just need to slide down the marketing stack to remain at a price point you are comfortable with.
  • Korguz - Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - link

    heh.. more like, with no competition, nvidia can charge what it wants, and we really dont have a choice but to pay it if we want the performance. this is what intel has basically done pre Zen.
  • Yojimbo - Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - link

    Not really. People have been buying more expensive graphics cards... And the most monstrous cards cost a lot to make. NVIDIA has been able to push their margins up a bit but probably not so much as you think. And a lot of that has been people moving up the stack. So if it's too rich up there just drop back. I think people are making their calculations throwing ray tracing out. Even if they aren't interested in ray tracing, it and the cost it adds needs to be taken into consideration as far as the price of the card compared to previous generations. Perhaps the cards give less value to them if they aren't interested in ray tracing, but that has nothing to do with a perception that NVIDIA is somehow charging a whole lot more than they have been.
  • Korguz - Wednesday, September 18, 2019 - link

    " People have been buying more expensive graphics cards." yep.. because there isnt really anything else out there to buy that gives the same performance levels.

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