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NVIDIA now bundles Watch Dogs with selected desktop video cards

Watch Dogs will be using graphic enhancements such as HBAO+ and TXAA technologies.

Published Wed, Apr 30 2014 8:56 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:17 PM CST

From today onwards, those who now purchase selected NVIDIA GTX desktop video cards can now get a copy of Watch Dogs. The video cards that qualify for this game are NVIDIA GeForce GTX TITAN, 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, 690, 680, 670, 660 Ti and 660 desktop GPUs.

The promotion has started from today onwards, and will be available for a limited time through retailers like Amazon and NewEgg. Once you receive the code, you can redeem it via Ubisoft's Uplay digital store. However, you can only start playing the game on May 27th.

Its not really surprising to see Watch Dogs being bundled with newer video cards. Watch Dogs is optimized keeping NVIDIA in mind as it includes certain enhancements such as TXAA and HBAO+, similar to what was found in games such as Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag.

NVIDIA now bundles Watch Dogs with selected desktop video cards |

Along with PC release, Watch Dogs will be available for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. The worldwide release date for the game is May 27th, 2014. For those who already have a good enough video card or want to make sure that their system NVIDIA also released its 'Watch Dogs GPU Analyzer' which lets you compare your current system with the developer's recommended specification.


After being a long time PC enthusiast and a former contributor for many Indian based PC and Tech forums, Roshan now joins TweakTown covering tech news and also any developments from India. Like many enthusiasts, with years of being involved in many Indian tech forums and running his own tech site, he's commonly referred by his forum nickname 'The Sorcerer' by many old and new fellow PC enthusiasts, followed by few companies from time to time. He's also the winner of the TweakTown's Computex 2012 Taipei trip. If any free time is left, Roshan prefers to play FPS games.

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