Starfield Bundle Announced For AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs and Recent GPUs

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Available From July 11 To September 30!

AMD is confirmed to be the official partner for Starfield on PC. The company is teaming up with Bethesda Game Studios for the integration of technologies like FSR2 upscaling.

Recently, a Newegg banner hinted at an upcoming bundle for AMD CPUs. This bundle would pair Ryzen 7000 AMD CPUs with a code for Starfield. AMD has now confirmed this bundle, and the announcement makes it even better.

The official announcement confirms that nearly all AMD RDNA2 and RDNA3 GPUs are included in the bundle, in addition to the Ryzen 7000 CPUs. This means users buying graphics cards like Radeon RX 6700 XT, RX 6800 XT, and more will get the game.

Starfield AMD Ryzen 7000 RDNA2 RDNA3
Source: AMD

As seen above, the bundle covers an extensive list of products from AMD. This should be a great opportunity for users interested in Starfield and looking to build a PC with the gaming giant’s hardware.

According to AMD Taiwan, the bundle will go live on July 11. Users can avail the offer till September 30, which means that it will last for a few weeks after the game is officially released on September 6.

AMD has also divided the bundles into two tiers. The Premium bundle is limited to higher-end parts and provides five days of early access.

Starfield is expected to be no slouch when it comes to PC requirements. Therefore, this bundle provides the perfect incentive for users looking to upgrade.

For users who have recently upgraded, Starfield will also be available on Xbox Game Pass. Microsoft has recently re-introduced the $1 Game Pass trial, providing a cheap method to enjoy the expansive sci-fi RPG.

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