It’s no secret that NVIDIA is helping Konami with the PC version of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. And while we don’t know whether the game will feature any exclusive PC graphical settings like Ground Zeroes, we do know that the game will come bundled with NVIDIA’s GeForce graphics cards.
This information was leaked by Reddit and was confirmed by Newegg. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain will replace the Batman: Arkham Knight deal.
As Newegg’s Reddit member Support guy wrote:
“Hi everyone! We had a little slip up and posted this deal ahead of schedule. It is not currently available, but stay tuned, it will be soon! Newegg Support -Tori”
Tori did not reveal the GPUs for which this deal will be for, though our guess is that the game will bundled with NVIDIA’s GTX970, GTX980 and GTX980Ti (and perhaps the Titan cards).
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain releases on the PC on September 15th!