To kick off CES 2019, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang took the stage in Las Vegas to remind everybody concerning the firm’s new line of AI- and ray-tracing succesful graphics playing cards, which now contains the GTX 2060–a new $350 mid-range GPU simply introduced through the press convention.
To assist entice prospects even additional, Huang introduced that anybody who buys a GTX 2060 for a restricted time (in “most regions around the world”) can obtain a free PC copy of both Anthem or Battlefield V. This deal kicks off when the brand new card goes on sale on January 15. For extra particulars concerning the GTX 2060, which is alleged to be on par with the GTX 1070 Ti, try GameSpot’s protection of the GTX 2060 announcement here.
Huang additionally introduced that any buyer who purchases a GTX 2080 will obtain each video games at no cost, though it’s price noting that Nvidia’s costs the GTX 2080 at $800.
Nvidia can also be at CES with its first associate for what it calls the Big Format Gaming Display–a 65-inch, 4K, 144Hz monitor with G-Sync help from HP. Check out CNET’s coverage of the announcement, and keep tuned to each CNET’s and GameSpot’s coverage of CES 2019 all through the week.