New AMD Never Settle Forever Gaming Bundle Launching Next Week

by - 8 years ago


AMD have had massive success from their Never Settle bundles, offering gamers a huge saving on their graphics cards by bundling many of today’s top gaming titles. Of course some of those games are getting a little older now, but that’s spurred AMD to go back to the drawing board and make a few tweaks to their playlist, and they’ll be relaunching the revised bundle on the 21st of this month.

The bundle will be divided over three tiers, those who buy a R9 295X2, R9 290(x) or R9 280(x) will be entitled to pick three games, R9 270(x) and R7 260 purchasers can pick two games and finally R5 250 and R7 240 will allow you one title from the list. The keys that are bundled with the cards can be activated up until August 2014.

The latest title to the list will be Murdered: Soul Suspect, which is not yet released, but will pre-activate for download in June and you’ll also not the addition of 4 indie games which will be available in packs of two (of your choosing).

The rest is pretty much the same, so you can still expect the big hitters such as Tomb Raider and Hitman, but BioShock, Crysis and Far Cry are unfortunately gone in favour of Thief, which now supports both AMD TrueAudio and Mantle.

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3 Comments on New AMD Never Settle Forever Gaming Bundle Launching Next Week

  • Avatar Wayne says:

    Personally speaking game bundles would be the very last thing that would interest me if I were choosing a graphics card but I can imagine it would sway some others.

  • Avatar Derek Skyler Berry says:

    Wish i got free game with my 600+ asus 290x direct cuII oc. But they got rid of their old bundle at the time -.-. N i wont be legible for the new one either beat.

  • Avatar mr2k9 says:

    most game pretty old. why not more new ones?

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