• "Battlefield 2042" will release on Oct. 22
  • The game is one of the highly-anticipated releases of 2021
  • There is a way for gamers to get their hands on "Battlefield 2042" for free

Nvidia has partnered with Electronic Arts and is currently giving away one of this year's most-anticipated titles, "Battlefield 2042," with every purchase of a qualifying RTX 30-series powered desktop or laptop.

The Delaware-based multinational tech company has a new promotion that allows people to get their hands on a new AAA game bundle. This includes a copy of "Battlefield 2042" Standard Edition, Open Beta early access, a "Mr. Chompy" epic weapon charm, a Baku ACB-90 melee takedown knife and a Player card background and tag.

In a statement, Nvidia said anyone who gets their hand on a GeForce RTX 3090, RTX 3080, RTX 3070 Ti or RTX 3070 graphics cards, including pre-built systems with any of these GPUs, are eligible to claim a free copy of the game and other freebies. But, that's not all.

Battlefield 2042 title card
Battlefield 2042 title card Electronic Arts

Those who purchase Nvidia GeForce RTX-powered desktop or laptop will also have a slightly improved version of "Battlefield 2042," thanks to Nvidia DLSS and Reflex. Seth Christie, EA Studios Europe head of technologies, noted, "NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex provide maximum performance, image quality, and the lowest latency for the ultimate competitive experience."

According to Nvidia, "Battlefield 2042" "Performance will be accelerated by the award-winning NVIDIA DLSS, and system latency reduced by NVIDIA Reflex, giving you a competitive edge on the battlefield." Those who find the deal good can visit Nvidia's website to check out the participating retailers.

The promotion is not entirely new. The multinational tech company has done promotions like these for major AAA games in the past. The mechanics are always the same, though. Consumers will have to purchase a desktop or laptop with Nvidia's tied-up graphics cards to get the big new game for free.

The current promotion from Nvidia is a good deal, particularly for those who are looking to buy a new desktop or laptop and want to save around $60. Consumers shopping for new hardware can also use the option to get a free copy of "Battlefield 2042" Standard Edition.

"Battlefield 2042" is set to release on Oct. 22. The game will launch on PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PlayStation 4 and PS5.