Santa Clara, CA —March 12, 2014

Tired of dodging rain, floods and puddles? Want to beat the winter blues? How about ushering in the start of spring with two new exciting game bundles from NVIDIA? Starting today, gamers who purchase select NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX® desktop GPUs and GeForce GTX-powered notebooks can take advantage of two new bundle offerings, a redeemable code for DAYLIGHT or £90 of in-game currency for Heroes of Newerth, Path of Exile, and Warface(1).

DAYLIGHT, a procedurally-generated psychological thriller from Zombie Studios, is also the world’s first game built on Unreal Engine 4. Featuring NVIDIA PhysX® technology for an interactive, immersive nightmare, DAYLIGHT will scare the pants off you as you explore an abandoned hospital with only your cell phone for illumination. Purchasers of GeForce GTX TITAN graphics cards, as well as GTX 780 Ti, 780, 770, 760, 690, 680, 670, 660 Ti and 660, will receive a redemption code for DAYLIGHT, which will be activated on April 11, 2014, the day the game launches.

Alternatively, purchasers of GeForce GTX 650, 650 Ti, 750, 750 Ti desktop graphics cards or other select GeForce GTX based notebooks will receive £90 (£30 per title) of in-game currency for three of the world’s most popular free-to-play titles, which combined have more than 65 million registered users worldwide:

Warface, a brand new shooter from the creators of FarCry and Crysis

Heroes of Newerth, a session-based multiplayer RPG game based on the phenomenally popular Defense of the Ancients (DOTA)

Path of Exile, an online action RPG set in a dark fantasy world, that also garnered Gamespot’s PC Game of the Year 2013 award

The DAYLIGHT and Free-To-Play bundles are available starting today from leading e-tailers and system builders including Chillblast, Computer Planet, Scan and PC Specialist and Ebuyer. For a full list of participating partners, please visit: http://www.geforce.co.uk/games-applications/pc-games/daylight/bundle or http://www.geforce.co.uk/spring2014-free-to-play-bundle .

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