Earlier in the year NVIDIA offered in-game cash to spend in three different free-to-play games, and now it's doing it again with a whole new trio of F2P titles. This time Warframe, Neverwinter, and Marvel Heroes get partnered up, with a total of $75 ($25 each) giving gamers access to all sorts of in-game content. Warframe, a co-op third-person sci-fi action game, uses NVIDIA PhysX technology to help bring a new element to the battles of over three million players. The $25 of in-game cash can be used to buy a new Warframe with an inventory slot, an in-game pet that can help out in battle, various mod-packs to upgrade your gear, void key packs for rare missions, and a variety of other boosters and packs.
Neverwinter is a new MMO that brings players to one of the more well-known Dungeons & Dragons' regions, along with a host of NVIDIA technology like TXAA, HBAO, and 3D Vision. All the D&D lore, monsters, and role playing is present in Neverwinter, and $25 of in-game money can be used for mounts, companions, items, consumables, and plenty of other things to help give your story a little boost.
Marvel Heroes, meanwhile, is an MMO action RPG using some of the biggest and best characters in the Marvel universe, from Thor and Hulk to Iron Man and Scarlet Witch. The $25 of in-game cash allows for even more heroes to join your fight against the supervillains, and even outfit them in classic or modern costumes for a more unique battle.
The promotion runs through the end of the year, and applies to anyone who buys a GeForce GTX 650 or better desktop GPU or a laptop equipped with a GeForce 700M Series GPU.
Source: NVIDIA GeForce