During February and March of this year, MSI is combining several game bundles on Graphics Cards, Motherboards, Notebooks and Desktop systems. Bringing you the unique opportunity to get two of the hottest games of early 2017! Published by Ubisoft, For Honor and Ghost Recon: Wildlands are two seriously epic games that have kept gamers eagerly awaiting their release for months or even years. Both games will launch in the coming weeks so now is the perfect time to get them!
Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to pick up both games while upgrading your gaming system or simply buying a brand new one. For eligible MSI Graphics Cards and Notebooks, MSI has arranged an additional Ghost Recon: Wildlands Season Pass on top of the NVIDIA game bundle which lets you choose either For Honor or Ghost Recon: Wildlands. You can get right into the action and put your new gear to the test while enjoying these exciting new games in their full graphical glory.
Below is an overview of which game or season pass you can get per product category. More specific information about eligible models and participating resellers is available on the promotion landing page.
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