Advanced Micro Devices on Monday announced that starting today it would provide free video games not only with high-end and performance-mainstream graphics cards, but also with entry-level models. In addition to that, AMD will also give its customers a choice and will offer them titles from independent makers in addition to AA and AAA games from leading developers.
Depending on the Radeon graphics card, gamers are now eligible to receive up to three AAA/AA games with high-end Radeon R9 graphics boards, two games with mainstream Radeon R9 or R7 offerings and one game with an entry-level Radeon R7 graphics boards based on GCN architecture. Instead of one high-end title, users can get a pack of games from independent developers.
The indie pack includes the following titles:
- “The Banner Saga”, developed by Stoic Studio and published by Versus Evil
- “Dyad”, developed and published by ][, (Right Square Bracket Left Square Bracket)
- “Guacamelee!”, developed and published by Drinkbox Studios
- “Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack”, developed and published by Drinkbox Studios
In addition, AMD has added Square Enix’s upcoming title, “Murdered: Soul Suspect” to the Never Settle Forever bundle, which will be available in the Radeon Gold and Silver Rewards. Gamers can secure an early code for the game that may be redeemed when the title launches in June 2014.
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KitGuru Says: Free games are always good and are always welcome. It is nice to see that AMD not only adds quality games to its graphics boards, but also offers a choice and even provides titles from independent makers who are pretty hard to find even in digital stores.