Get Death Stranding Free With NVIDIA RTX Graphics Cards; GeForce Game Ready Drivers Also Released

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NVIDIA, 505 Games, and Kojima Productions have jointly announced the Death Stranding ‘Embark On Your Journey’ bundle. Upon purchase, gamers will receive a free copy of Death Stranding with the purchase of an eligible GeForce RTX graphics cards. The deal also applies for eligible laptops and desktops which include an RTX card.

The deal will go live from today until July 29th, 2020. Alongside that, NVIDIA has also released game ready drivers for Death Stranding on PC, which you can download from Geforce experience.

The new GeForce Game Ready Driver delivers day-one optimizations and enhancements for DEATH STRANDING. This driver also offers the best experience in Horizon Zero Dawn (ahead of its August PC release). F1 2020 players will also want to try this driver.

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Death Stranding on PC will support ultra-wide displays and unlocked framerate

We previously reported on how Death Stranding will use DLSS 2.0 to deliver 60 FPS at 4K on all RTX graphics cards. You can learn more about the game’s performance with RTX on the official Geforce blog here.

Check out the official system requirements for the game below:

Death Stranding PC Official System Requirements
Death Stranding PC Official System Requirements

Death Stranding releases on July 14th, 2020 on PC (Steam and Epic Games Store).

Sarthak Vinchurkar
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