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Buying a GTX 1080? Get a free Paragon game pack worth $115

Nvidia has announced a new game pack that’ll be free with a host of its top GeForce GPUs, including the brand new GeForce GTX 1080 and 1070 units.

The market-leading gaming tools will arrive with Epic Games’ new multiplayer online battle arena game Paragon, which is currently in open beta ahead of a release later this year.

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Although the game is free-to-play, the GeForce deal will come with $115 (around £87) of in-game value.

At no extra cost, players will receive:

  • 1000 Paragon Coins – In-game currency to spend on additional Master Challenges, skins and boosts;
  • Seven Hero Master Challenges – Those who would dare reach the highest levels of skill can tackles Master Challenges. As you increase your Hero level, you’ll unlock new card parks, unique taunts and other rewards – included are the Master challengers for Twinblast, Gideon, Greystone, Sparrow, Murdock, Grux and Muriel;
  • Two Skins to look good while dominating the competition; Snakebite Murdock Skin and War Chief Grux Skin.

The game pack is free for anyone that buys a GeForce GTX 1080, 1070, 1060, 980 Ti, 980, 970 or GeForce GTX 10-series laptops.

You can jump aboard the deal from Nvidia’s GeForce website.

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