AMD recently announced an interesting program for gamers. The company will give a couple of AAA games for those who have purchased some Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards. A few months have passed, and the company finally gave more details regarding this gift plan. The company will be giving three games: Forspoken, Saints Row, and Sniper Elite 5. All these, are unreleased games set to debut on consoles and PC pretty soon. All these are highly-anticipated titles, especially Forspoken since it figures as Square-Enix’s biggest launch of 2022 for the PlayStation 5 and PC. Below you can check the full details and availability of these titles.
AMD will offer Forspoken, Saints Row, and Sniper Elite 5 for RX 6000 series buyers
According to the image above, AMD will send Forspoken, Saint Rows (The new upcoming version), and Sniper Elite 5. All three games are offered as a gift for those who purchase the RX 6700 XT graphics card and above. If you’ve picked any of these premium graphics cards, you’ll be eligible for all three games.
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Those who have purchased the RX 6600, RX 6600 XT, or RX 6650 XT, will get Forspoken and Saints Row. However, those that have acquired an RX 6400 or an RX 6500 XT will get only Saints Row. Worth noting that the AMD Gift Game plan will be up from May 10 to August 13. For now, users in China are out of the party. But other regions where the graphics card is available should be eligible for the compensation plan.
It’s an interesting move from AMD to boost the sales of its graphics cards. As a result, those who have an interest in any of these titles will have an extra reason to grab a new Radeon graphics card. AMD faces strong competition from NVIDIA, and we’re pretty sure it’s trying to cater to more users with this approach. Let’s see how this will pay off in the coming months. Worth noting that buyers will still have to wait a while for getting these games, after all, only Sniper Elite 5 is already available. Saints Row will be launched in August, while Forspoken comes in October.
Let’s see if the company will have any special program for the upcoming Ryzen 7000 series.