ASUS bundles COD: Black Ops 4 with certain ROG products

ASUS partners with Activision on the PC version of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, with some ROG-branded products packing the game.

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Activision and ASUS have teamed up for the release of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 on the PC, with the Republic of Gamers brand under the ASUS umbrella to be the first digital PC game bundle provider that kicks off on September 10 and runs through October 12.

ASUS bundles COD: Black Ops 4 with certain ROG products |

In order to secure a copy of COD: Black Ops 4, you'll need to buy an eligible ASUS ROG product which will be made "during the limited production period" in order to receive the Digital Standard Edition of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.

Ander Nickell, Director of Partnerships at Activision said: "We are beyond thrilled to be partnering with ASUS Republic of Gamers in an unprecedented way for Black Ops 4. Our development teams are hard at work making this the best PC Call of Duty game yet. ASUS ROG shares that commitment to the community, so it was a natural fit to bring our brands together to deliver something special to fans".

Vivian Lien, Head of Global Marketing for Gaming at Republic of Gamers, and Chief Marketing Officer at ASUS North America added: "ASUS Republic of Gamers and Activision have enjoyed great successes over many years, within their respective markets, and we are excited to bring the two together".

Lien continued: "ROG consistently delivers great gaming experiences by working closely with partners and publishers, both on the technology side and on the business side. We've collaborated with the eSports teams we sponsor to gain unique insight to provide leading performance and game-ruling innovation. And, similarly, we worked closely with Activision to integrate our RGB-lighting technology, AURA Sync, into this latest version of Call of Duty, to further enhance gameplay. Now, we're pleased to deliver eligible ROG products bundled together with one of the most anticipated titles of the year, Call of Duty : Black Ops 4 on PC".

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