With the change in seasons comes a change in game bundles for NVIDIA. This morning the company announced that they’re launching a new GeForce RTX-focused bundle – the aptly named “RTX Triple Threat” bundle – which will see the company bundle a selection of Battlefield V, Anthem, and Metro Exodus with their RTX video cards. This latest bundle is currently scheduled to run through the start of April, or until NVIDIA updates it once more.

NVIDIA’s latest bundle replaces the outgoing Game On bundle, which was comprised of Battlefield V and Anthem. Like the previous bundle, this latest offer is focused on including some of the flagship titles for NVIDIA’s RTX ray tracing and image upscaling technologies, as NVIDIA looks to put its best foot forward and try to entice gamers to invest in the tech by buying a GeForce RTX video card. In this respect the latest addition to the bundle, Metro Exodus, has been pretty widely acclaimed as the best example of RTX to date, thanks to its more extensive use of ray tracing for lighting and a DLSS implementation that is sharper than anything we’ve seen before.

As with the past bundle, this latest bundle is essentially a two-tier setup. NVIDIA’s top-end GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and 2080 cards will come with all three games in tow. Meanwhile buyers of the RTX 2070 and RTX 2060 will get their choice of just one of these games. Note that, as is usually the case with NVIDIA, this offer also applies to most desktop and laptop systems including these cards as well.

NVIDIA Current Game Bundles
(March 2019)
Video Card Bundle
GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & 2080 Triple Threat (All):
Battlefield V, Anthem, & Metro Exodus
GeForce RTX 2070 & 2060 Triple Threat (One Game):
Battlefield V, Anthem, or Metro Exodus
GeForce GTX 1660 Ti None
GeForce GTX 1070 Ti & 1070 Fortnite Bundle:
Fortnite Counterattack Set + 2000 V-Bucks
GeForce GTX 1060 6GB & 1060 3GB
GeForce GTX 1050 Ti & 1050

Meanwhile for the rest of NVIDIA’s product stack, the recently-launched GeForce GTX 1660 Ti remains the odd card out, as it does not have a bundle. Below it, NVIDIA’s remaining inventory of Pascal cards, from the GTX 1070 Ti down to the basic GTX 1050, all include NVIDIA’s Fortnite 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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  • Alistair - Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - link

    Too bad the redemption portal sucks... I'm still waiting for one of my codes weeks later, and I'm pretty sure they just forgot about my customer service ticket. Guess I'll go do it again.... Reply
  • Wetworkz - Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - link

    nVidia literally never learns. They wildly overpriced the 20x0 series, which they even admit did not sell well, and still refuse to cut pricing. Instead, they pull this nonsense by trying to lure people into the higher prices with "added value". All they are succeeding in doing is alienating their customer base by refusing to sell their cards at appropriate price points. The 16x0 series is another attempt at artificial reinforcement of the high 20x0 series pricing. 16x0 cards are completely worthless to anyone who bought a 1070 or higher last gen, more than 2 years ago! nVidia has created a LOT of resentment with their greed. They need to own up and cut pricing. If they want to insist that the 20x0 cards are expensive dies, shrink to 7nm and CUT PRICING. The high price model is a failure, the gamers know it, the investors know it, and it is time Huang accepts it. I have only bought nVidia since GeForce 2. This is the first time I am looking at Radeon as a possible next platform with Navi.

    TO nVidia: You really screwed up and the more you push this, the more anger you breed. Own your mistake and FIX it!
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  • RohanSThomas - Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - link

    I agree, but there has to be a reason for Nvidia as a company to reduce prices or even release products at competitive prices. The only other real far-fetched competition is from AMD but... Let's admit it AMD sucks, their best card is often compared to a 1070ti. Untill a new company comes along and brings something awesome and jawdropping for half the price of what Nvidia is currently selling or AMD release a real 2080 ti competitor(both highly unlikely), Nvidia has no real reason to feel threatened and reduce the prices. Hence moral of the story, high competition among producers, is always better for consumers like us. Reply
  • BlueB - Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - link

    AMD's best "gaming" card (emphasis on the parentheses as it's a recycled card from pro space) is Radeon VII which is comparable to RTX 2080 / GTX 1080 Ti in rasterization performance. So I'd say AMD doesn't "suck" completely (from performance standpoint).
    We will certainly not get a true 2080Ti competitor from AMD any time soon. Therefore, we'll probably not get a price cut this generation. The real question is if Navi can deliver because if it can't, expect $1,800 RTX 3080 Ti / $649 RTX 3060 next gen.
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  • Beaver M. - Wednesday, March 6, 2019 - link

    Well, its kinda ironic that they add games that also are tanking in sales.

    Even if they cut prices it wont do much. The new cards simply dont have enough VRAM and other technical issues like stuttering.
    The only card remotely usable is the 2080Ti and only because of its performance, and that one will never reach a price that will make it worthwhile. Because in its performance range 11 GB are also not enough.
    Youre always better off buying a 1070Ti, 1080 or used 1080Ti instead.
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  • BlueB - Thursday, March 7, 2019 - link

    Today, 11 GB is plenty for 4K/ultra, which is the use case for 2080 Ti. If it will still be plenty in the future, that remains to be seen. The only RTX card that has a frame buffer too small for its intended use is the 2060. Reply
  • Beaver M. - Thursday, March 7, 2019 - link

    Wrong. Several tests have shown that 8 GB are not enough nowadays as well. And in some games 11 GB are not enough either.
    And its not surprising. the 1070 had 8 GB and they were easily filled even in 2016 already.
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  • BlueB - Monday, March 11, 2019 - link

    Do you have some links for gaming benchmarks supporting your claims? Reply
  • UkeNeverSeme - Tuesday, March 5, 2019 - link

    Nvidia must be pissed that all the games they're backing suck compared to the AMD sponsored titles currently... I'm a lot happier getting my RE2, Division 2 and DMC5. Reply
  • Zingam - Friday, March 8, 2019 - link

    Triple NO to these! Remakes is the most retarded thing ever that happens to movies and games. A sign of complete lack of publisher's imagination! This is why today's games and movies suck despite of much higher budgets and great technological advancements and are barely watchable!
    Of those 6 bundled games Metro is probably the only one worth checking.
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