AMD Never Settle Forever Bundle Detailed

/ 6 years ago


AMD’s new game bundle will be called the Never Settle Forever bundle, the basic details of which we previously brought you. Never Settle Forever will be launched alongside AMD’s new generation GPU family later on this year and it works a bit differently to the current Never Settle system. The heart of Never Settle Forever is a choice mechanism that allows you to choose what game(s) you want. There is a Bronze/Silver/Gold scheme with the Bronze allowing you to choose one game from six, the Silver two games from eight and the Gold three games from nine.


It is expected that Bronze/Silver/Gold will correlate roughly with the graphics cards in order of segmentation so the Bronze will be for the HD 7700 series  the Silver for the HD 7800 series and the Gold for the HD 7900 series.


As far as it is known the selections of games shown in these images are for the current HD 7XXX series while a new set of games would be introduced for the next generation HD 9XXX series. As previously mentioned these new games will include Battlefield 4, Company of Heroes 2 and other new games.


The new system is interesting in that it gives gamers choice but you can’t help but feel the number of games has been cut down a lot, some of the current bundles let you claim as many as five to six free games, now you’re limited to just three.amd_never_settle_forever_5

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One Response to “AMD Never Settle Forever Bundle Detailed”
  1. Wayne says:

    What? No Bioshock Infinite… There’s not much to choose from as far as I’m concerned, The titles I would play I already have, not that I’d base my choice of any GFX card on a game bundle if I was buying.

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