The Division Is Free With These Nvidia PC Cards

New promotion gives you free copy of Ubisoft's third-person shooter when you buy a Nvidia graphics card.

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Buying a mechanical keyboard isn't the only way to get a free PC copy of The Division. Nvidia has announced a new promotion where it will give the game away when you buy a select video card.

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Anyone who buys an EVGA GeForce GTX 970, 980, or 980 Ti graphics card will receive a free copy of Ubisoft's third-person shooter. You can see the full list of qualifying cards here.

To get The Division free, you need to register the card, after which you'll receive a code. You can then redeem that code here to get another code, this one for The Division.

Nvidia explains that this is a limited time offer, though the company did not specify when the promotion comes to an end. We'll have more details as they become available.

In other news about The Division, the game's open beta starts February 18 on Xbox One, before coming to PS4 and PC a day later. The beta is available to pre-load right now for all three platforms.

After multiple delays, The Division is now slated to arrive on March 8.

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