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Thursday, 01 August 2013 08:11

AMD to revamp Never Settle bundle

Written by Fudzilla staff

Very tempting indeed

AMD’s Never Settle bundles have been a great success and it appears they are about to get even better.

According to HardOCP, AMD will include several new AAA titles through new Never Settle bundles over the next few months. We don’t have an exact timeline, but it is safe to assume that they will show up before Sea Island cards show up later this year.

The new Never Settle bundle will include Battlefield 4, Company of Heroes 2, Grid 2, Lost Planet 3, Raven’s Cry, Splinter Cell: Blacklist, Total War: Rome II, Watch Dogs and a bunch of other titles. You can check out the leaked slide here.

Bundling a ton of quality games probably costs AMD a pretty penny, but it is obviously worth it.

 

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