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Purchasers of select Intel processors can get two free games

This offer also includes in-game content for three other games

Purchasers of select Intel processors can get two free games

Purchasers of select Intel processors can get two free games

Intel has never been great at advertising their game bundles, at least when compared to companies like AMD or Nvidia. Right now the company is offering purchasers of select Intel CPUs can claim copies of two free games, in-game content for three others and a three-month subscription to X-Split. 

This offer is currently running at selected retailers, providing Free copies of Warhammer: Vermintide II and X-Morph: Defense alongside in-game content for Dreadnought, Fractured Space 2 and Warframe. This list of bundled games is from Overclockers UK; included games could vary by retailer. 

All that PC builders need to do is purchase an applicable CPU, which applies to some Skylake, Kaby Lake and Coffee Lake series products. Those who buy a suitable CPU or system will receive a "Master Key", which can then be inputted into the Intel starter pack website (link), where they will need to fill out a five-question survey before receiving their software.  

This promotion will last until July 31st, 2018 or until Intel's supply of game codes is extinguished, though the company reserves the right to cancel or suspend this offer at any time for any reason. 

Purchasers of select Intel processors can get two free games  
You can join the discussion on Intel's free game bundle on the OC3D Forums

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