Are you looking to upgrade your PC in anticipation of Diablo IV’s official launch? Nvidia has an offer for you. If you purchase a GeForce RTX 4070, RTX 4070 Ti, RTX 4080, or RTX 4090 from any select retailers, you will receive a digital copy of Diablo IV for free and some in-game goodies for other Blizzard titles. This offer is only available until June 13th and can only be used towards the Rise Against Evil bundle.

Additionally, Nvidia and its OEM partners are reminding gamers to get the latest GPUs if they want the best performance, as Diablo IV also supports Nvidia’s impressive DLSS 3 technology. To get a taste of the technology, gamers can check out the Server Slam Beta taking place between May 12th and 14th. This AI-assisted scaling system allows players to turn on higher graphics settings without losing performance. For those who want to learn more technical details about DLSS 3, you can check out our DLSS 3 explainer guide.

For those lucky enough to have a 40-series card already, the free Diablo IV offer is an excellent bonus if you buy the game with the select bundle. Diablo IV is a highly-anticipated dungeon crawler game to be released soon, and with this offer, Nvidia is successfully enticing gamers towards buying their RTX 40-series GPUs.

What is Included in the Offer?

In addition to Diablo IV, the digital code includes Light-Bearer Mount and Caparison of Faith Armor for Diablo IV and Inarius Wings and Inarius Murloc pet for Diablo III. World of Warcraft players get the Amalgam Rage Mount, while Diablo Immortal PC and mobile devices players will get the Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics set.

The promotional offer is available at Best Buy and B&H Photo Video now. But hurry; the free Diablo IV offer ends on June 13th.

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Michael Crider, a former graphic designer, has been building and modifying desktop computers for many years. He is passionate about football, folk music, sci-fi, and salsa verde.

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