NVIDIA recently announced that its latest GeForce bundle for gamers that want to acquire the GTX 1080 Ti and GTX 1080 class graphics cards would be released soon. According to a post on the company’s official website, the latest bundle includes a copy of “Middle-Earth: Shadow of War,” which will be set to release in October.

The upcoming game is the sequel of “Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor.” The previous series was launched back in 2014, achieving great success and huge favor from gamers around the world.

The upcoming sequel will feature the latest CPU and GPU hardware, which will deliver the best gaming performance together with impressive visuals that be experienced in details with the Ansel technology by NVIDIA.

The bundle will be available on all GeForce 1080 Ti and 1080 cards, and it will be offered until October 16, 2017.

The company further claimed that all the purchases would come with a surprise free copy of the previous sequel of the game. NVIDIA will give away over 50,000 copies to celebrate their partnership with Warner Bros, and it will be sent out randomly to fans who signed in the GeForce bundle before September 25.

AMD RX Vega 64 is in trouble

AMD is now facing supply issue from several manufacturers, which have pulled out from giving any services to the company. GamingBad reported in their post that the reason behind the action is that it has to do with the price and accessibility of the packages.

AMD’s GPU packages are very fragile, and because of that, the RMA rate is very high which will cost a potential mining market after its release.

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The post also claimed that the Radeon RX Vega custom models are under still consideration. However, it seemed that the companies are backing out from any Radeon RX Vega 64 custom card at all.

The only model that AMD launched in the past weeks are RX Vega 64 Boost model, and the chip is nothing more than a redesigned cheaper GPU. One of the manufacturers, Gigabyte, said that they would not render any services for the Vega 64 custom card.

The situation with AMD’s Vega supply is a disaster right now, which also explained the reason why the RX Vega 64 was delayed for many months. However, there is still some hope as AMD other partners like XFX, Sapphire, and Power color could give fresh custom designs for the Vega flagship in November.

In the present, MSI, ASUS, and Gigabyte are fully focusing their services on NVIDIA’s GeForce 1070 Ti card. With the same price, the card will be released to compete against the Rx Vega 56.