The folks over at NVIDIA and Activision want to make sure that you have a fancy new game to play when you buy a new Geforce RTX graphics card. When buying one of these cards at a participating retailer, consumers will get a free copy of Activision and Infinity Ward’s highly-anticipated Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.
The promotional bundle will apply to new graphics card purchases that include the following GPUs: Geforce RTX 2080 Ti, Geforce RTX 2080 Super, Geforce RTX 2080, Geforce RTX 2070 Super, Geforce RTX 2070, Geforce RTX 2060 Super, and Geforce RTX 2060. Select gaming laptops featuring NVIDIA Geforce RTX MaxQ technology are also eligible for this bundle promotion.
The game is expected to be a soft reboot for the shooter franchise that harkens back to its glory days from the previous console generation when Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare released to critical and commercial acclaim. Eager players can get their hands on the game earlier than the official release date by way of a public beta. You can find the dates and details for the beta sessions here.
The multiplayer portion of the game will feature these modes:
- Team Deathmatch: Team Deathmatch is as traditional as Call of Duty itself, but there will be a couple of twists available. While TDM can be played with traditional settings, it can also be played 10v10 or 20v20, with different map selections available for larger sessions.
- Domination: Domination is another Call of Duty staple. Attempt to capture three points and control them for as long as possible. The first team to score 200 points wins.
- Gunfight: An old favorite, Gun Game has been refined into Gunfight, now designed for a 2v2 setting.
- Headquarters: Another old favorite, Headquarters will randomly spawn a capture point somewhere on the map. When the Headquarters is captured, the capturing team must defend the spot for as long as possible. The team defending the Headquarters cannot respawn if killed until the next Headquarters point spawns in.
- Cyber Attack: This is one of the newest multiplayer modes for Modern Warfare. This sees two teams looking to grab a bomb in the center of the map and escort it to the opposing team's data network, in order to disable it. Downed players will not respawn, however, they can be revived by teammates.
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare is scheduled to launch on PC on October 25, 2019.