To kick off CES 2019, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang took the stage in Las Vegas to remind everyone about the company’s new line of AI- and ray-tracing capable graphics cards, which now includes the GTX 2060–a new $350 mid-range GPU just announced during the press conference.
To help entice interested customers even further, Huang announced that anyone who buys a GTX 2060 for a limited time (in “most regions around the world”) can receive a free PC copy of either Anthem or Battlefield V. This deal kicks off when the new card goes on sale on January 15. For more details about the GTX 2060, which is said to be on par with the GTX 1070 Ti, check out GameSpot’s coverage of the GTX 2060 announcement here.
Huang also announced that any customer who purchases a GTX 2080 will receive both games for free, although it’s worth noting that Nvidia’s prices the GTX 2080 at $800.
Nvidia is also at CES with it’s first partner for what it calls the Big Format Gaming Display–a 65-inch, 4K, 144Hz monitor with G-Sync support from HP. Check out CNET’s coverage of the announcement, and stay tuned to both CNET’s and GameSpot’s coverage of CES 2019 throughout the week.