Nvidia and Ubisoft are giving away Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition

Joanna Estrada
August 2, 2020

FPS fans who are eyeing a new video card, beware: Nvidia is starting today (30) a campaign that, until August 27, will give a copy of Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege Gold Edition free of charge to anyone who buys a product Qualified RTX.

Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3090 - if indeed that's what the GPU ends up being called (we'll talk more on the potential name later) - is apparently going to be hugely faster than the RTX 2080 Ti, according to the graphics grapevine.

The new offer from Nvidia named the "Frames Wins Games Bundle" is available when purchasing a qualifying card from the EVGA store directly or from participating retailers.

The Gold Edition of Rainbow Six Siege includes the 16 base operators, various exclusive uniforms and cosmetics, and the Year 5 Season Pass. It also grants VIP boosts, such as a five-percent renown bonus, which will allow players to unlock cosmetics and other operators quickly.

Remember, Rainbow Six Siege is developed by Ubisoft, which recently revealed its plans for the next generation of games. The game features a unique tactical experience that makes each new round and playthrough exciting and fun.

To claim this wonderful offer, users must register the card at EVGA.om, request a game code using the form while logged into their EVGA account and then redeem the code using GeForce Experience.

Before making any purchase, you need to first verify the participation of any vendors/retailers purchased from, as non-participating sellers won't get game codes from Nvidia.

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