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Nvidia Gives 'Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' Free To All Titan X Owners

In an effort to improve the GeForce Experience software, Nvidia is adding a new feature to deliver game-codes. Currently, this is only available in a Beta version of GeForce Experience, but to test it, Nvidia is giving The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt away for free to owners of a GeForce GTX Titan X. Yes, you read that right; existing owners of a Titan X can get a free Witcher 3: Wild Hunt game code.

In order to redeem the code, you'll have to head to this page on Nvidia's website, where you can find instructions on how to obtain the free license. In the end, you'll own the game through GOG.com, which is the distribution platform for CD Project Red, the Witcher 3's developer.


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Part of the new Witcher game are two features from Nvidia's GameWorks libraries: HairWorks and HBAO+. Nvidia HairWorks is much like AMD's TressFX, in that it significantly improves the dynamics of hair on actors and NPCs. Nvidia's HBAO+ ambient occlusion significantly improves the quality and dynamism of shadows, with a minimal performance hit compared to competing ambient occlusion methods.

If you've been contemplating whether you should have a go at the latest Witcher installment and have a Titan X, feel free to go give it a shot. If you're not in possession of Nvidia's $999 card and don't already have a game code, maybe we can convince you to head over to the shop.

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  • clonazepam
    Pretty hassle free. Thanks for the head's up! :)
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  • Franzchise
    Damn, I wish I knew about this before I pre-ordered witcher 3 a week ago. One of my friends will get a free game now at least.
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  • Epif
    They should be giving it to people with the 970 instead to make up for that BS about the card's ram.
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  • Joco1971
    I got the key but were do I download the game from?
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