Get Watch Dogs 2 for Free With Every Samsung SSD, Monitor

South Korean multinational conglomerate Samsung is partnering with Ubisoft for its upcoming open-world action-adventure sequel, Watch Dogs 2.

With just a couple of weeks to go before the game’s official release, here’s one way through which you can get a free copy of Watch Dogs 2. Based on the new partnership, purchasing certain Samsung Solid-State Drives (SSD) or Samsung curved gaming monitors will get you a free digital download code of the standard version of the game.

We mostly see companies bundling the more expensive products in such giveaways. Samsung, though, is featuring a wide variety of products to go with Watch Dogs 2. There are over a dozen SSD models ranging between 500GB and 4TB of capacity. That being said, it does exclude the lower capacity models such as 256GB and 128GB variants of the 850 Pro series. Nonetheless, it’s still a pretty robust offer.

Here’s the full list:

  • 960 PRO SSD (512GB, 1TB, 2TB)
  • 960 EVO SSD (500GB, 1TB)
  • 850 PRO SSD (512GB, 1TB, 2TB)
  • 850 EVO SSD (500GB, 1TB, 2TB, 4TB)
  • 850 EVO M.2 SSD (500GB, 1TB)
  • 850 EVO mSATA SSD (500GB, 1TB)
  • Portable SSD T3 (500GB, 1TB, 2TB)
  • Samsung CFG70 Curved Gaming Monitor (24-inch)
  • Samsung CFG70 Curved Gaming Monitor (27-inch)
  • Samsung CF791 Curved Monitor (34-inch)

A new gaming monitor would just be what the doctor ordered for Watch Dogs 2. The PC version of the sequel comes with a ton of improvements and features over its console counterparts. According to the developer, the PC version will launch with support for 4K and “Ultra Textures” as well as uncapped frame-rates. That’s a lot to process. Only the very powerful rigs will be able to run the game on Ultra Textures. Ramping that up to 4K and with uncapped frame-rates, we’ll definitely be needing some serious firepower here.

Watch Dogs 2 is scheduled to release for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 15. The PC version will see to a delayed release, hitting shelves on November 29. Prepare your systems for what looks to be a great sequel.

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