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AMD expands ‘Never Settle Reloaded’ program

AMD didn’t seem to show any signs of slowing down when it comes to bundling gaming in their ‘Never Settle’ program, especially after their recent addition of Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon. This time AMD is calling it as ‘Level Up’ bundle which is nothing more than allowing certain AMD Radeon GPUs to get certain games in the existing reloaded bundle. AMD until now have bundled pre-released games whenever they announce new game additions, but as of now, they’re allowing existing card lineups to get keys of a game within the existing never settle bundle.

As of now, it seems to be limited to NA, EMEA, followed by Australia and New Zealand.

Buyers of 7870 GHz edition can grab Crysis 3, whereas 7970 and 7950 GPU users can get their hands on Tomb Raider over their existing Never Settle Reloaded bundles, followed by Tomb Raider availability for users with 7790 GPU.

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Even if AMD didn’t bundle any games, nevertheless this will increase the value of a bundle of games they can get and whatever AMD Radeon GPU  they choose or can afford to buy. Whether the buyers seriously consider the game bundles as a decision maker to buy a graphic card is a tale for another day.

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