Get your hands on a free copy of Like a Dragon Infinite Wealth

Joseph Adebayo

MSI is offering a unique promotion with its Z790 Max series motherboards. Customers who purchase select Z790 Max series motherboards will receive a free copy of Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth, a popular new release. This offer is a rare opportunity, as it is more common for free games to be given out with graphics cards, rather than motherboards.

The promotion is running from Friday, January 26 to Monday, February 26, 2024. Eligible Z790 Max series motherboards include the MAG Z790 Tomahawk Max WiFi, MAG Z790 Carbon WiFi II, MAG Z790 Edge TI Max WiFi, MEG Z790 Godlike Max, and the MEG Z790 Ace Max. The process for redeeming the free game is expected to involve registration of the purchased product with MSI, after which a code will likely be delivered via email.

While details on the redemption process are still unclear, the potential savings are significant. For example, the MSI MAG Z790 Tomahawk Max WiFi motherboard is currently on offer for $279.99, a $20 saving over its full MSRP. Given that Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth is a $70 game, customers purchasing this motherboard could potentially save a total of $90.

For those who already have their copy of Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth, there are additional content guides available to enhance the gaming experience. These include a guide to the best weapons and where to find them, as well as a guide to the voice actors and cast of the game.

Niall Walsh, one of PCGN’s Hardware Editors, is an expert in gaming peripherals. His expertise includes PC gaming headsets, controllers, keyboards, mice, and monitors. His work has been featured on various sites, including The Loadout, Wargamer, USA Today, MTG Rocks, GGRecon, and RealSport101.

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By Joseph Adebayo “TF UX”
Joseph Adebayo is the user experience maestro. With a degree in Graphic Design and certification in User Experience, he has worked as a UX designer in various tech firms. Joseph's expertise lies in evaluating products not just for their technical prowess but for their usability, design, and consumer appeal. He believes that technology should be accessible, intuitive, and aesthetically pleasing.
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