In an interview with VR-Zone, AMD’s VP of channel sales Roy Taylor revealed that they are planning to release their new Never Settle Forever bundle in August. This means that AMD would extend the longevity of their HD 7000 series cards by offering more value to the consumers who buy them.
AMD Never Settle Forever Bundle Arrives This Month With Four New Titles
The first Never Settle bundle was announced during fall 2012 which included titles such as Medal of Honor: WF, Hitman Absolution, Sleeping Dogs and Far Cry 3. In February 2013, AMD released their Never Settle Reloaded as an update to the new bundle promotion giving users Crysis 3, Tomb Raider and Bioshock Infinite with purchase of an Radeon HD 7000 series graphics card. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon was later added as a free promotion while Sim City was offered to those who bought the latest A10 Series APUs. AMD has offered some really nice value with their products this time along which did help in their sales but as we all know, AMD never settles for anything but the best hence a new bundle update arrives this month.
The new Never Settle Forever Bundle which arrives this month is thought to increase the longevity of AMD’s HD 7000 cards. Now there are two possibles of the games that would be featured inside this bundle although its not confirmed yet, we did get a hint of the games from a roadmap that was leaked earlier. According to it, the new bundle might feature Grid 2, Company of Heroes 2, Splinter Cell: Blacklist and either Lost Planet 3 or Raven’s Cry since both games are scheduled for launch in October 2013. The next bundle which might probably arrive next to the launch of AMD’s Volcanic Islands based “Hawaii” GPU would get Battlefield 4, Total War: Rome 2, Watch Dogs. But its quite the possibility that AMD could bundle pre-release codes for Battlefield 4 which if they do will attract some consumers to the red team.
On the other side, AMD did reveal some new titles which would be focused under its Gaming Evolved program which include: (Courtesy of TomsHardware)
- Castlevania: Lords of Shadow; published by Konami, developed by MercurySteam
- Final Fantasy XIV; published by Square Enix, developed by Square Enix
- Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded; published by Replay Games, developed by N-Fusion Interactive
- Murdered: Soul Suspect; published by Square Enix, developed by Airtight Games
- Pirate 101; published and developed by KingsIsle Entertainment
- Shadow of the Eternals; published and developed by Precursor Games
- Thief; published by Square Enix, developed by Eidos Montreal
Nevertheless, the AMD Never Settle Forever would increase the value of the Radeon HD 7000 series and would offer great gaming bundles to consumers this month.