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AMD starts giving Away Star Wars Battlefront with new AMD GPUs

AMD starts giving Away Star Wars Battlefront with new AMD GPUs

AMD starts giving Away Star Wars Battlefront with new AMD GPUs

AMD starts giving Away Star Wars Battlefront with new AMD GPUs

 

AMD starts giving Away Star Wars Battlefront with new AMD R9 Fury GPUs, but sadly not with their flagship model the R9 Fury X. 

Dice has been known for being AMD Friendly for a long time now, being the first developer to fully embrace and implement their Mantle API, so it is expected that AMD GPUs will deliver the best experience in Star Wars: Battlefront. 

Both GPU vendors have Game ready GPU drivers for this release, so it will be very interesting to see whether AMD or Nvidia come out on top here. 

  

AMD starts giving Away Star Wars Battlefront with new AMD GPUs   

Right now the game costs £49.99 to purchase, meaning that you will be getting a Game which equates to around 10% of your GPUs value, a great offer to say the least. 

Right now AMD R9 Fury GPUs cost between £400 and £450, which with this game is super competitive with Nvidia's GTX 980, especially since this game is expected to be friendlier to AMD hardware. 

We will be testing Star Wars Battlefront as soon as it launches on both AMD and Nvidia hardware, so you can look forward to seeing some performance results soon enough. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD giving away Star Wars Battlefront with AMD R9 Fury GPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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18-11-2015, 11:58:46

xnax2802
Nice to see them getting back into bundling games with their cards. Just a shame that it's only one card out of their entire lineupQuote

18-11-2015, 14:09:50

NeverBackDown
With a name like Star Wars they should be bundling this with as many of there cards as possibleQuote

18-11-2015, 17:30:59

Kushiro
Never actually watched nor played any of the star wars movies or games, so definitely would have been nice if it came with the Fury X as well since I am still considering getting a few.Quote

18-11-2015, 19:36:29

BigDaddyKong
I thought about making a joke about how nice it will be to get a reduced price code when people start selling them. The truth is, these really bring value to AMD cards. I really liked getting 3 separate games when I bought my 7970GHZ cards. That really made them a good value considering I bought two of them and got a total of 6 games.Quote

18-11-2015, 19:46:58

Kushiro
I liked that too, though there weren't that many good games to choose from and now there are even fewer.

The 7990 budge was my favourite, I didn't get to chose, however they were all great games for the most part.Quote
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