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Tuesday, 10 September 2013 10:10

AMD adds Saints Row IV to NSF bundle

Written by Fudzilla staff

But only for Gold tier

AMD’s Never Settle Forever programme is proving to be the mother of all bundles and today it got even better. Saints Row IV is now in the mix, but this fresh AAA title is reserved for the gold tier only.

The gold tier includes all HD 7900-series cards except the HD 7990 which is in a class of its own and it comes with eight free games, while mere Gold cards feature a three-game bundle.

The silver and bronze tiers don’t appear to have been changed. Many punters are expecting Battlefield 4 to end up in the Gold tier later this year. It is also worth noting that new Radeons are almost ready to go, but we’re not sure AMD will need to revamp its programme to coincide with the launch – there should be ample demand for Volcanic Islands products even without freebies.

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