Save $40 On Ghost Recon: Future Soldier With Gunnar Optiks Purchase
If you're in need of some high-end eyewear and you also want to buy Ubisoft's upcoming third-person military shooter, Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, then you might like Gunnar's new promotion which enables you to save up to $40 off the game when you purchase some Optiks with the game.
If you buy any of the Gunnar Optiks from the MLG Phantom Onyx, Vayper Onyx, or RPG Gunmetal styles along with Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, you will instantly save $40.
Jennifer Michelsen, co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer at Gunnar Optiks mentioned in the press release that...
“The launch of Ghost Recon: Future Solider is one of the most highly anticipated releases of the year and an alignment with Ubisoft just made perfect sense,”...“In the game, Ghosts rely on superior training with the latest technology and weaponry to achieve their objectives. For gamers, GUNNAR is providing the latest technology in visual performance in an effort to reduce eye strain while taking out enemies with precision, accuracy, and focus for hours on end. Combined, gamers can save a little cash with the bundle and experience Ghost Recon: Future Soldier with the highest visual quality possible.”
Gunnar Optiks are a high-end kind of eyewear for gaming, casual-wear and sportswear. They certainly aren't the cheapest kind of eyewear around but you'll definitely look awesome wearing them. That's not to mention that buying the glasses alongside Future Soldier knocks off nearly 65% of the total retail price of the game. So if you were planning on buying a new pair of rocking glasses and you were also planning on getting Ghost Recon: Future Soldier, just keep that in mind the next time you head to a retailer who carries the Gunnar Optiks.
The game itself is set for release next week on the 22nd, and the deal to pick up a copy of the game alongside the Gunnar gear will only last up until June 5th, so it's something to consider if you plan on getting the game at retail.
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