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Wednesday, 14 August 2013 07:57

AMD revamps Never Settle bundle

Written by Fudzilla staff

Never Settle Forever is the name

AMD has refreshed its Never Settle bundle with several new titles, all packaged into a new bundle dubbed Never Settle Forever. AMD’s generous bundles worked rather well in the past and they helped push sales of HD 7000 series cards earlier this year, despite the fact that they were already ageing products. 

The new bundle is supposed to take things to a new level and it’s being rolled out just in time for the Volcanic Islands launch. Unlike previous bundles, the new one actually lets buyers pick and choose the games they actually like. The games offered in three distinct categories, or tiers.

Radeon Gold is obviously the top tier and it offers a choice of three games, including titles like Tomb Raider, Hitman Absolution, Far Cry Blood Dragon and the latest title from the Devil May Cry universe.

The Silver tier offers two games and Tomb Raider is off the list, while the Bronze tier drops Hitman Absolution as well and it’s a one-game deal.

AMD plans to launch a new site called Radeon Rewards, which will serve as a hub for all those who want to redeem the offers, it will allow users to select titles and process download codes.

One of the best, if not the best, bundles in the industry just got a bit better and we’re loving every second of it. Letting gamers pick the freebies they want, offering a bunch of AAA titles to choose from and all that just a few weeks ahead of the Volcanic Islands launch – kudos to AMD’s marketing team, this is truly a great move.

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