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Tuesday, 23 April 2013 18:28

AMD's future Never Settle games revealed

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Leaked slide points to eight new game titles


AMD certainly scored big with its previous Never Settle bundles and it is quite understandable that they want to keep up with it. Today, a leaked slide points to a total of eight new upcoming games including some that we already mentioned before and some new ones as well.

 

The slide looks legit, or to be precise it looks like some previous AMD slides that we have seen before. In addition to previously mentioned Battlefield 4, Watch Dogs, GRID 2, it also includes titles like Company of Heroes 2, Total War: Rome II, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Blacklist, Lost Planet 3 and Raven's Cry.

Back in March, when we wrote our original article, we knew about Battlefield 4 and the Watch Dogs, but back then, AMD was also talking about a third "exclusive" game. To be honest, it can be any of those other games and we are yet to hear on how AMD actually will distribute it across its graphics card lineup.

The slide originally came from a Techreport.com forum post.

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