As the Christmas season approaches, AMD is offering up to three free A-list games with purchases of their HD 7000-series graphics cards plus an exclusive discount for MoH: Warfighter.
After years of stagnation, AMD’s Gaming Evolved program will be coming to a head in the next few months. Titles like Far Cry 3, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Hitman: Absolution, Bioshock Infinite and the newest title in the Tomb Raider series will have in-game features that benefit Radeon graphics cards in some way. Now, AMD is leveraging their developer relations to benefit anyone buying a new HD 7000-series product by offering a shedload of triple-A titles, free of charge. In addition, there will be an exclusive 20% discount code offered for Medal of Honor: Warfighter Digital Deluxe Edition.
This promotion begins today at major online retailers (Newegg, NCIX, Amazon and others) and will run until supplies last. However, according to AMD, there should be enough stock to last until Christmas or even slightly beyond that date. We should also mention that every one of these games (and the discount code for MOH) will be received by way of serial number vouchers that can be used on digital download sites like Steam, Ubisoft’s UPlay and EA’s Origin.
The lion’s share of titles comes with the HD 7900-series which includes the HD 7970 GHz Edition, HD 7970, HD 7950 Boost and HD 7950. Far Cry 3, Hitman: Absolution, Sleeping Dogs and a 20% off discount code for MOH: Warfighter will all be included, giving about $170 of extra value to any of these cards. Considering you can find a HD 7950 for as little as $299 these days, this is a phenomenal offer.
The rest of AMD’s lineup isn’t left out of the party either. Anyone buying Crossfire setups of the HD 7800 or HD 7700 series will get access to Far Cry 3, Hitman Absolution and the 20% off code for Medal of Honor. Meanwhile, even single card purchases of lower end cards get some free title love as well with Far Cry 3 and the discount code being offered on HD 7800 and HD 7700 cards.
If you’ve already put in a preorder for any of these titles, there’s nothing to worry about as most of the larger digital download sites give free refunds on preorders as long as the game hasn’t been released yet.
With AMD’s move towards huge value-added bundles and the groundbreaking 12.11 drivers which we covered HERE, the Christmas season is looking like a great time to buy a new graphics card. It should be interesting to see what -if anything- NVIDIA responds with….