AMD has again launched a gaming bundle for its 7000 series Ryzen and Radeon graphics cards. The company is pairing Ubisoft’s upcoming Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora with various products, including notebooks that come equipped with the latest AMD hardware.
This promotion is already available and will end on 30 December. Eligible AMD hardware includes the Radeon RX 7000 series graphics cards, including the entry-level Radeon RX 7600.
For the Ryzen 7000 series, users either need to purchase a Ryzen 7 or a Ryzen 9 processor to get a free copy of the game.
The promotion is currently available worldwide, though there are some exceptions, including countries like China, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Luhansk, and a few more.
This bundle is similar to AMD’s promotion for Starfield. Like the previous bundle, the upcoming game from Ubisoft will integrate AMD’s technologies. However, new additions like Frame Generation, Anti-Lag, and Fidelity FX Super Resolution 3 upscaling will also be included.
Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora will be the first game to support all AMD upscaling technologies at release. With the game releasing next month on 7 December for $70, this bundle presents a great offer for anyone looking to buy the game.
The title is also shaping up to be quite a resource hog from the system requirements, so this might be the perfect time to upgrade your hardware. Users should note that the coupon codes must be redeemed before 27 January 2024.
Early previews of Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora have been quite promising so far. People from the media have called it more than a Far Cry clone, leading to a lot of anticipation for the upcoming release.
The game also looks gorgeous and implements ray-tracing features like ray-traced shadows and reflections. Therefore, the recommended hardware lies somewhere around the Radeon RX 6700 XT.
AMD hardware generally lacks ray tracing capabilities on par with Nvidia, but since the game is sponsored by AMD, it may be better optimized to utilize AMD hardware even if it doesn’t offer the best ray tracing capabilities.
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