Diablo IV free with GeForce RTX 4000

Written by Guillaume
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NVIDIA has pulled off a major coup by acquiring the services of one of the most anticipated games of the year on PC.

On June 6, Activision Blizzard will release the fourth installment of the Diablo franchise on PC. A highly anticipated opus by fans forced to re-release Diablo III, which was released 11 years ago... Yes, that's about the time it takes at Blizzard to give birth to a sequel. So Diablo IV is being kept waiting, but there are PC gamers who will be a little better off than others. NVIDIA has just announced that buyers of GeForce RTX 4000 graphics solutions will receive a free copy of the game.

This offer amounts to a gift of 69.99 euros to gamers and concerns both buyers of graphics cards and those of a complete PC. To take advantage of this offer, the main thing is to buy a GeForce RTX 4090, RTX 4080, RTX 4070 Ti or RTX 4070 card. This excludes the RTX 3000 graphics cards that NVIDIA continues to sell, as well as the GeForce RTX 4060 Ti, which will be released before the end of May. Finally, and perhaps most surprisingly, NVIDIA seems to exclude laptops powered by a GeForce RTX 4000 "mobile" from this offer.

The offer concerns Diablo IV, but in its so-called standard edition. The offer includes the following in-game bonuses: Lightbearer mount and mount armor on Diablo IV, Inarius' wings and Inarius' murloc pet on Diablo III, Amalgam of Rage mount on World of Warcraft, and the Winged Darkness of the Shadowland cosmetic set on Diablo Immortal. It is important to note that this offer is not retroactive - it does not apply to purchases made at the beginning of the year for example - and that it runs until June 13.

Let's remember that Activision Blizzard has planned a new beta test weekend for its game. After the one that took place from March 24 to 26, this new test phase will take place from May 12 to 14. The main purpose of the test is to put the game's servers to the test in order to validate the infrastructure for the game's launch. NVIDIA is taking the opportunity to deploy the latest version of its super-sampling technology: Diablo IV will now be stamped DLSS3 and, logically, Reflex.