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Wednesday, 25 September 2013 22:00

Battlefield 4 R9 290X comes to select partners

Written by Fuad Abazovic

 

Limited time offer only

AMD Corporate Vice president in charge of Graphics Matt Skynner has confirmed what has been rumoured for a while. Battlefield 4 is coming as a limited edition Radeon R9 290X BF4 card.

Skynner also said limited quantities of a BF4 Edition card will be available through pre-order only, starting October 3 with select partners and numbers will be limited.

We heard that the deal cost AMD millions, but they will be the only one with such a deal, pushing Nvidia out of that quite hot title. The October 3 date is just for pre-orders. It is not the shipping date that we expect to see the first cards shipping to customers between October 10 and October 15.

We cannot confirm whether Battlefield 4 Edition cards will also come with the standard Never Settle coupon a well, but we will try to find that out.

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