Starfield is the most anticipated game from Xbox and Bethesda Game Studios in several years. The developer has made several promises for the sci-fi RPG and fans are hoping that Starfield can live up to the anticipation.
In addition to Xbox Series S|X consoles, the game is also launching on PC. Previously, AMD confirmed a partnership with Bethesda Game Studios, confirming the integration of FSR.
However, a new banner from Newegg appears to hint at a bundle promotion for AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors. According to the banner, users looking to buy Ryzen 7000 CPUs could be given Starfield for free.
The promotion includes every processor in the current Ryzen 7000 offerings, including 3D V-Cache chips like the Ryzen 7 7800X3D from AMD.
It should be noted that AMD or Bethesda Game Studios have not officially announced this promotion. Therefore, it would be best to wait for official confirmation before purchasing a new CPU.
Starfield will be heavily dependent on CPU performance due to the massive size and scope of the universe. Therefore, users with older hardware could use an upgrade to the Ryzen 7000 CPUs.
AMD has offerings starting from $223, but users with older AMD CPUs must purchase a new AM5 motherboard. The new Ryzen processors also require DDR5 memory, but all of this should mean that PC gamers will be prepared for intensive AAA games in the future.
In addition to the bundle, users looking to enjoy the game can consider Xbox Game Pass. Starfield will join the subscription service at launch like other first-party Xbox games.
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