AMD offers Dead Island 2 and The Callisto Protocol with their latest "Raise the Game" GPU bundle

Would this tempt you to buy Radeon?

AMD offers Dead Island 2 and The Callisto Protocol with their latest

AMD's giving away up to two highly anticipated games with their Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards

Purchasers of new Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards can now get access to up to two free games if they buy their GPUs from AMD partnered retailers, with RX 6500 XT and RX 6400 buyers gaining access to Dead Island 2 while purchasers of AMD's higher-end GPU models get access to Dead Island 2 and The Callisto Protocol. 

The Callisto Protocol is the latest game from the mind of Glen Schofield, the producer of Dead Space. The game is a next-generation survival horror title, and Striking Distance Studios, the developer behind the game, has confirmed that they have created a technical partnership with AMD to optimise their game for Radeon hardware on PC and consoles. The Callisto Protocol is launching on December 2nd. 

Dead Island 2 is a much delayed zombie slayer from Dambuster Studio that is currently due to launch on February 3rd, 2023. The game takes place in the quarantined city of Los Angeles, taking place several months after Dead Island and Dead Island Riptide. 

AMD offers Dead Island 2 and The Callisto Protocol with their latest

Both Dead Island and The Callisto Protocol are both expected to feature AMD's FSR 2 upscaling technology and AMD optimised ray tracing implementations. 

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09-11-2022, 12:08:09

AlienALX
So amped for this. Have played the first two through about ten times.Quote

09-11-2022, 14:14:31

meuvoy
Now that's a game bundle that actually adds value to the card. If I was in the market now for a new GPU I would be more inclined to go radeon becasue of it.

That's the first one that I see making sense. Usually they come with old games that most people already have and an extra copy doesn't help anyone, it olnly adds value to a small portion of games.Quote
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