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Nvidia to Bundle Metro: Last Light with GTX 660 and Above

As we saw in February 2013, Nvidia has launched another promotional bundle that will go head to head with AMD's expanded "Never Settle: Reloaded" bundle. This latest deal starts on April 16, 2013 and includes a free copy of 4A Games' Metro: Last Light with all purchases of a GeForce GTX 660 or above.

Metro: Last Light is the upcoming sequel to 2010's Metro 2033 and is set in the year 2034 beneath the ruins of a post-apocalyptic Moscow. It is expected to release in North America on May 14, 2013 and in Europe on May 17, 2013 on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

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  • cRACKmONKEY421
    I like all this. I remember getting like 6 games with a good video card back in the day.
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  • cooldudesubho
    At last i will see that sexy WAY IT IS MEANT TO BE PLAYED logo when i start this game.
    Wonder how many TITANS will it take to get 60fps in metro all maxed.xD
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  • NuclearShadow
    I loved Metro 2033 and from the looks of it Metro Last Light is going to be a worthy sequel. As for this deal it's nice but it still doesn't beat AMD's bundle in my opinion. The F2P games currency is great if you actually play all three of those games but it's unlikely. Still I am loving the competition now is a great time for people to upgrade that have been holding out.
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  • renz496
    just pick my 660 three week ago...
    when this promo going to end? because i was thinking of getting second 660 for SLI setup.
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  • royalcrown
    Beats boring in game money for World of tanks and such.
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  • Memnarchon
    The Bundle War has started :D.
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  • thechaver
    Guess I'll finally buy my second 660ti card when this comes out.
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  • abbadon_34
    Finally a REAL game with Nvidia purchase.
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  • ayushde
    At last NVidia also stepped and brought us some good deals......Moreover the drop in price of the gtx 660 has also made this offer a worthwhile. I think a the 650 ti boost has a great hand in the price drop of the gtx 660.............Whatever happens the ultimate winner is the consumer :D
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  • Truckinupga
    Sure beats the in game cash for FTP games that Nvidia had bundled before, AMD had the right idea with free games with their cards. Nvidia has finally wised up.
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