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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:06pm 10/05/23 | 0 Comments
Diablo IV Server Slam Beta kicks off this weekend; it's your final chance to play before launch and earn that sweet Beta Wolf Pack Cosmetic Item and the brand-new Cry of Ashava Mount Trophy that looks awesome. Today comes word that the Server Slam will support NVIDIA's new groundbreaking DLSS 3 rendering tech, and if you're in the market for a new graphics card, now's the time to consider something from the GeForce RTX 40 Series.

Like last month's GeForce RTX 4070 - which we reviewed here. We say that because NVIDIA has partnered with Blizzard for a new Diablo IV GeForce RTX 40 Series Bundle, which means you can Rise Against Evil on PC with a free copy of the game with all pre-order cosmetic item bonuses with any eligible purchase of a GeForce RTX 4090, 4080, 4070 Ti, 4070 desktop or GPU.

In addition to the game, you also get the Light-Bearer Mount and Caparison of Faith Armor (Diablo IV), Inarius Wings and Inarius Murloc Pet (Diablo III), Amalgam Rage Mount (World of Warcraft), and Umber Winged Darkness Cosmetics Set (Diablo Immortal).

As one of the biggest - if not biggest - releases of 2023, this is a pretty great deal, especially when you factor in that the digital price of Diablo IV on Battle.net currently sits at $109.95 AUD.

With the game (and upcoming beta) set to support DLSS 3 Frame Generation and ray-tracing coming in a post-launch update, this is well worth considering if you plan on picking up the game on PC.

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