NVIDIA bundling Metro: Last Light with new GTX cards

Metro: Last Light

By on April 22, 2013 at 9:46 am

If you’re in the market for a new card and/or a new game, it seems like NVIDIA may have you covered: anybody who purchases a new GTX 660 or better will receive a code which can be redeemed at the official website for a Steam code of the game.

You can find a bit more info on the official site, but if you do get a card (and a code), be quick — the codes are only valid until December 31 this year.

Metro: Last Light revealed its minimum and recommended PC specs last week, with a GTX 690 or an NVIDIA Titan recommended for the best possible experience — it looks like PC gamers may be in for a treat. The game hits our shores on May 17.

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Is this even available in Australia? I looked at this the other day and it seemed to be a really limited thing.

 

Only available in Europe and US… not in Australia… again we get shafted.

 

But they have a terms and conditions section for the Asia region? I assumed this meant it would be available here.

Can anyone confirm officially? If so I’ll update the article.

 
Lord_PorkSword

In the terms and conditions: “Offer valid worldwide, excluding China.”

 

I haven’t read the T&C but it sounded like you can only get it from specific stores like newegg or amazon. Therefore you can’t rock up to your local computer store, get one of the cards and expect a key.

 

Bit confusing but I went through the steps and in one area it asks for what region your in, no Australia or Asia selectable.

It shows participating retailers and none are in Australia.

 

Australian retailers have participated in the ATI Never Settle thingies, without ever being an official retailer. Maybe give it time so some unofficial retailers can get their hands on some codes.

 

Hmmm, suppose I can hold off buying that new desktop PC for a little longer. Wouldn’t mind a copy of Metro Last Light to stress test the new rig.

 
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