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Saints Row IV available from AMD’s Never Settle Forever Gold Tier

2013-08-24_00020AMD’s Never Settle season is in full swing – by purchasing an AMD video card, users get the chance to pick a certain amount of games from an ever rotating list, or bank those options for a short time until the list updates.  Of course there is no sense in keeping the same old games on that list, so AMD has now added Saints Row IV to the Gold Tier for those that purchase 7900 Series AMD GPUs.

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This comes in at the time when reports of an AMD event in Hawaii on September 25th are surfacing.  Speculation is rife as to what is to be announced, although fingers point to a new GPU under the Hawaii branding.  Other reports state that this new release will be faster than the GTX Titan, and AMD are squarely putting it in front of Battlefield 4 as a test of strength.  As these Never Settle Forever rewards are valid until the end of the year, it might be worth saving one if AMD can convince EA to make the change.

AMD

AMD Never Settle Forever Rewards Tiers 
Card Tier Number of Free Games Games in Tier
7990 N/A 8 8
7900 Series Gold 3 Dirt 3
DiRT: Showdown
FarCry 3
FarCry 3: Blood Dragon
Devil May Cry
Sniper Elite V2
Deus Ex: HR
Sleeping Dogs
Hitman
Tomb Raider
Saints Row IV
7800 Series Silver 2 Dirt 3
DiRT: Showdown
FarCry 3
FarCry 3: Blood Dragon
Devil May Cry
Sniper Elite V2
Deus Ex: HR
Sleeping Dogs
Hitman
7790/7770 Bronze 1 Dirt 3
DiRT: Showdown
FarCry 3
FarCry 3: Blood Dragon
Sniper Elite V2
Deus Ex: HR
Sleeping Dogs

I did a First Impressions piece of Saints Row IV, and my opinion is still roughly the same.  The story line is linear enough (no need to do side missions but they help), and the super powers make it a bit easy, but as I am now 7 hours in, the super powers do make the game fun.  Though going from spot to spot is easier than Oblivion.

Source: AMD

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This entry was posted on 2013/09/10 by in Gaming News, GPUs and tagged , , .
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