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Get Metal Gear Solid 5 free with latest Nvidia GeForce GTX bundle

Nvidia has announced you can get Metal Gear Solid 5 for free with its latest Nvidia GeForce GTX bundle.

The latest game bundle from Nvidia will get you a free copy of Metal Gear Solid 5 when it is released on September 1.

For a limited time, you’ll get MGS 5 for free with purchases of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 960, 970, 980 and the latest 980 Ti-based graphics cards.

That’s also the case for notebooks featuring the GeForce GTX 970M or 980M GPU too, so it’s not limited to standalone graphics card purchases.

The Nvidia engineers have been working closely with Konami to make sure it looks fantastic on PC and takes advantage of Nvidia tech such as G-Sync, Dynamic Super Resolution and ShadowPlay.

You can check out the bundle on the Nvidia Geforce website.

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Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is set for a September 1 release date on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

The game’s story follows on from what was started in Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes, but of course Konami is keeping storyline elements very close to its chest before launch.

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