Wednesday, June 23rd 2021

NVIDIA Announces DOOM Eternal GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Limited Edition Demon Slayer Bundle

As most of the DOOM Eternal fans are informed, on June 29th, the latest installment in the DOOM series of games, DOOM Eternal, will be receiving a huge upgrade coming to all PC gamers. For the first time, PC players will get to experience NVIDIA's best pieces of technology, coming in a form of raytracing and NVIDIA Deep Learning Super Sampling (DLSS). To celebrate that, the folks over at Bethesda Softworks and id Software have partnered with NVIDIA to launch a limited edition DOOM Eternal bundle. Called the "DOOM Eternal GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Limited Edition Demon Slayer Bundle", it will be a very scarce bundle made only in 300 copies.

Containing NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 3080 Ti graphics card, the bundle is all about performance. However, what makes it special and different from buying a regular card is that it includes some additional products. For starters, the bundle includes Titanium Slayer Collectible mini-figure with matching aesthetics of the GPU, making it a real collectible item. Next up is a Titanium DOOM Eternal-GeForce RTX t-shirt, and an exclusive "DOOM Eternal: The Ancient Gods" oversized 15.75-inch x 35.44-inch mouse pad. Additionally, a $100 Bethesda Store credit and DOOM Eternal Deluxe Edition game code is included as well. Together, it forms a bundle that is limited to 300 pieces and costs 1450 USD. To join the raffle to purchase this bundle, you can enter here for North America, and here for Europe. Unfortunately, people from other regions can not enter. The raffle starts today, June 23, 2021, 5:00 AM (MST), and ends on July 7, 2021, 11:59 PM (MST). Winners will be announced on July 8th.
Source: NVIDIA
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17 Comments on NVIDIA Announces DOOM Eternal GeForce RTX 3080 Ti Limited Edition Demon Slayer Bundle

#1
ernorator
That is a one crap bundle, not even one piece of drawing on the gpu.....
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#3
AnarchoPrimitiv
ernoratorThat is a one crap bundle, not even one piece of drawing on the gpu.....
And yet it'll sell out in seconds....

The saying goes "don't hate the player (people paying exorbitant prices from retailers and scalpers whether they're miners or gamers with zero discipline, zero sense of solidarity with the community at large, and too much money in their pocket), hate the game (retailers, scalpers, and a global economic system that has championed "just in time" inventory schemes)", but the truth is, if there wasn't demand from the "players" previously mentioned, a market wouldn't have emerged to specifically cater to them.

I get why the miners do it, I don't approve, but I understand to them it's an investment of sorts, but the gamers that are currently paying 3x MSRP for GPUs are, to me at least, more deplorable than the miners. I've seen a few articles and YouTube videos making the claim that GPU prices are possibly getting better, and while I have no complaints with my Sapphire 5700xt Nitro, I am entertaining the idea of a 6800/6800XT and a 100hz+ 1440p ultrawide as an upgrade, so based on these articles, I go to Newegg last night, and see 6800XTs for around $2000 and see verified reviews, with pictures, of individuals who have paid these prices within the past few months.... Who are these people? Some of them have to be rich idiots no doubt, but a sizable proportion can't be. For example, in one image/review, I saw a 6800xt paired with a ln Intel i5-10600k....the 6800xt at current inflated pricing literally cost more than the rest of their entire system, and if they're using an i5, they can't be rich because if they were they wouldn't have an i5... So what's the deal with that? I seriously want to know what mentality and psychology concludes that paying 3x MSRP all for the apparent goal is simply not waiting a bit longer is worth it? I understand gaming is fun, but to let fight your natural instinct to avoid being ripped off and allow yourself to willingly get fleeced like that is so alien to me. Sorry for the rant, btw
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#4
Chomiq
Lmfao, raffle for a chance to PURCHASE. Nvidia's really trying to cash in before ex-crypto cards are dumped on second hand market.
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#5
Anymal
Italy ausgeschlossen.
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#7
Darksaber
Senior Editor & Case Reviewer
It is crazy how this bundle is not even a deal. The card itself goes for $1199 MSRP if I am not mistaken? So you are paying $250 for a shirt, pad, figurine, game and $100 "digital credit".

Crazy times...
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#8
HisDivineOrder
The more of this crap they do, the more I just burrow my head into my Switch backlog and forget PC gaming. Not saying I'm gone forever.

Just this gen.
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#9
Auer
ChomiqLmfao, raffle for a chance to PURCHASE. Nvidia's really trying to cash in before ex-crypto cards are dumped on second hand market.
Maybe sometime around the 4080 launch.
And Nvidia cashed in a long time ago lol.
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#10
Tomorrow
Umm the EU link is in German but it exists in English too: eumerch.bethesda.net/en/nvidia-graphics-card-raffle
DarksaberIt is crazy how this bundle is not even a deal. The card itself goes for $1199 MSRP if I am not mistaken? So you are paying $250 for a shirt, pad, figurine, game and $100 "digital credit".

Crazy times...
Still cheaper than buying 3080 Ti outright for 1800+
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#11
Caring1
Phhhttt, some Demon Slayer bundle, where's my sword and cross, and at the very least it should include 1 Litre of Holy water. /s
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#12
lynx29
ernoratorThat is a one crap bundle, not even one piece of drawing on the gpu.....
yah they could have at least included a Doom clear sticker designed to peeled off by you and placed on the GPU if you want, it would have taken literally 2 hours worth of effort.
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#13
watzupken
Demon slayer or consumer slayer? At 1499 a pop, that's 300 bucks over MSRP, and 800 bucks above the MSRP of the RTX 3080. Sounds like a convenient way to further increase prices.
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#14
Tardian
In Australia, one can pay $4,200 for a 3080 Ti card without any frills. I could buy a card but I won't because the price is just silly.
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#15
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Shit like that makes me NOT want it. Why should I put money into something for a chance to win? Ill never understand it.
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#16
napata
ChomiqLmfao, raffle for a chance to PURCHASE. Nvidia's really trying to cash in before ex-crypto cards are dumped on second hand market.
Nvidia could sell these cards on their website and they'd sell out in seconds. This is just Bethesda trying to pack in their merchandise, similar to how Newegg forces you to also buy a power supply when you want to buy a GPU.
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#17
Anymal
8th of July, where are the results?
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