Monday, February 3rd 2020

EVGA Bundles in "Deliver Us The Moon" with Select RTX 20 Series Graphics Cards

In case you missed the giant banners on the website, EVGA shared news with us that they are bundling in a free game with their GeForce RTX 20 series graphics cards, and this includes the EVGA GeForce RTX ️ 2080 Ti, 2080/2070/2060 SUPER, and 2080/2070/2060. The promotion is not from NVIDIA, and this is not the first time EVGA have gone the extra step to sweeten the deal towards consumers buying their cards as opposed to other add-in card partner solutions. Deliver Us The Moon is a weird little sci-fi thriller game with puzzle mechanics and rudimentary flight systems that yours truly found interesting for the few hours played thus far, and is well worth checking into- especially as a freebie on top of your GPU purchase. There is also NVIDIA RTX support to use with your new graphics card, and the ambient lighting in the game does benefit from it, especially when flying in space. For more information on this promo, click here.
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16 Comments on EVGA Bundles in "Deliver Us The Moon" with Select RTX 20 Series Graphics Cards

#2
Dammeron
Don't You love it how many graphic effects widely available since years ago suddenly became RTX only?
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cucker tarlson
Dammeron
Don't You love it how many graphic effects widely available since years ago suddenly became RTX only?
like ?
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
cucker tarlson
@rtwjunkie worth playing ?
IMHO, yes. It is a mystery to figure out what happened on the moon. You will encounter “memory” type events and have to explore and do some light problem solving and puzzling.

The sci-fi setting alone is worth it for me. I thought it looked fabulous without RTX, and would be interested how it looks with the RTRT being used.

The story is not great, but was compelling enough for me to care about what happened and want to keep going.
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cucker tarlson
rtwjunkie
IMHO, yes. It is a mystery to figure out what happened on the moon. You will encounter “memory” type events and have to explore and do some light problem solving and puzzling.

The sci-finsetting alone is worth it for me. I thought it looked fabulous without RTX, and would be interested how it looks with the RTRT being used.

The story is not great, but was compelling enough for me to care about what happened and want to keep going.
it's getting some good users scores
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
cucker tarlson
it's getting some good users scores
Yes, now that the story is complete it is. Initially they sold half of a story, that ended on a complete cliffhanger. The devs though were responsive and promised to do better. They took about 8 months, but they added another 40% of game that now tells the complete story without making players imagine the ending.

That last 40% was given for free to everyone that bought it initially and was disappointed, That alone means I will buy from these guys again. Overall it’s a pretty good, if somewhat simplified adventure game, that I’ve played twice.
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#7
moob
I'd recommend giving it a playthrough as well. I don't think the visuals are anything to write home about (especially when similar games like Observation do it much better), but it's not ugly. The voice acting is solid and I thought the story was good enough. I played it some time ago and had forgotten what happened by the time they released the update so I ended up just replaying the whole thing. There is some of that indie jank (movement can be cumbersome at times) but, like rtw said, the devs stepped up and did right by the community, so they deserve some kudos for that.
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#8
B-Real
cucker tarlson
like ?
Like no reflections in a window/mirror? Remember Duke Nukem 3D. It's just 24 years old. Remember PhysX bullshits like the slivering tiles in Metro (or even in Arkham Knight?): remember a game called Red Faction where you could destroy the walls as you wanted? It was 19 years ago. Or the flying papers in Arkham Asylum when you went over there and spinned there? Remember games where if you shoot the items on the table, they went into the air? Etc.
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
B-Real
Like no reflections in a window/mirror? Remember Duke Nukem 3D. It's just 24 years old. Remember PhysX bullshits like the slivering tiles in Metro (or even in Arkham Knight?): remember a game called Red Faction where you could destroy the walls as you wanted? It was 19 years ago. Or the flying papers in Arkham Asylum when you went over there and spinned there? Remember games where if you shoot the items on the table, they went into the air? Etc.
I’m confused. What is your point you are making in relation to the thread?
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#10
nguyen
B-Real
Like no reflections in a window/mirror? Remember Duke Nukem 3D. It's just 24 years old. Remember PhysX bullshits like the slivering tiles in Metro (or even in Arkham Knight?): remember a game called Red Faction where you could destroy the walls as you wanted? It was 19 years ago. Or the flying papers in Arkham Asylum when you went over there and spinned there? Remember games where if you shoot the items on the table, they went into the air? Etc.
Are you perhaps a little confused between indie game with AAA game ? This game is like 10 bucks in my country. I would say with the addition of RTX the game is up there with newly released AAA game in term of graphical quality, that and DLSS is also functional in this game.
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#11
cucker tarlson
rtwjunkie
I’m confused. What is your point you are making in relation to the thread?
the point is we had ray traced reflections 24 years ago
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#12
tvamos
cucker tarlson
the point is we had ray traced reflections 24 years ago
Maybe the point was that the only difference between these two photos is they removed reflection with rtx off. Widely available in many games before, but now only represented with rtx and called a feature.
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cucker tarlson
tvamos
Widely available in many games before, but now only represented with rtx and called a feature.
lol
how does he even know that's rtx vs ssr not rtx vs off in the photos
none of the rtx games remove ssr reflections,you gotta call yourself "be real" to believe that.
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#15
robb
with or without rtx this is a very enjoyable game.
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#16
Chloe Price
"select RTX cards" literally every RTX card listed.
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