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Nvidia is bundling the Hyper Scape battle pass plus six months of GeForce Now

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Nvidia is offering a limited-time bundle which includes six months of its streaming service, GeForce Now, along with Hyper Scape’s battle pass. That means that gamers playing the new competitive shooter won’t have to buy into the premium pass to get full access to all of the content.

The bundle costs $24.95, and includes a six-month Founders account access. For that price users get priority queue access on each of their streaming sessions. Free and basic tiers only get a certain amount of time for each gaming session with GeForce Now before they get bumped down to the bottom of the queue for future sessions. The bundle also includes a Hyper Scape Season One Battle Pass token that’s good for one series of content, as well as an exclusive Hyper Scape in-game content pack. This pack contains the Adi Volta Champion Skin, the Volta Drop Pod, Citric Dragonfly Weapon Skin, and Boxer Shuffle Emote.

It’s a pretty good deal, even if just for the GeForce Now subscription, which allows gamers to access “hundreds of the most demanding PC games at GeForce PC quality on nearly any laptop, desktop, SHIELD TV or Android mobile device.”

And there’s something even cooler for those who have already jumped onto the Founder’s setup. This new offer stacks with your existing subscription for the Founders tier as well, meaning you can get another six months basically for free.

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Hyper Scape is out now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Gamers looking to enjoy some new battle royale fun could have a strong new contender in this title. And with the GeForce Now offer, it might be the best time to get into the game.

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