AMD kickstarts 2013 with game partnerships and bundle program
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Chip maker AMD today announced the arrival of its game bundle 'Never Settle: Reloaded', which delivers four of this year's most anticipated PC games.
"AMD today announced the arrival of its 'Never Settle: Reloaded' game bundle, the sequel to last year's monumental 'Never Settle' bundle," the NYSE-listed company said in a release.
The bundle provides up to four of 2014's most anticipated PC games BioShock Infinite by 2K Games and Irrational Games, Crysis 3 by Electronic Arts, DmC Devil May Cry by Capcom and Tomb Raider by Square Enix with select AMD Radeon HD 7900 and HD 7800 Series graphics cards, it added.
"AMD knows gaming and in 2013 we plan to make a huge mark on the industry. The `Never Settle: Reloaded bundle clearly stands apart from anything else in the market. Gaming has always been and will remain, the core of AMD graphics strategy and success," AMD Corporate Vice-President and General Manager (Graphics) Matt Skynner said.
In 2013, AMD plans to reinforce its position as an industry-leading graphics provider by focusing on content, working with console developers to evolve and improve the console experience.
"The company will also focus on cloud, where AMD will expand the limits of online gaming through technology partnerships with companies like CiiNow and continue to deliver cutting-edge graphic technology," he added.
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