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AMD giving away popular PC games to boost sales of new Radeon cards

AMD's offer is among the most tempting game bundles that have hit the market AMD's offer is among the most tempting game bundles that have hit the market

Gamers and enthusiasts would be delighted to hear about AMD's juicy new offerings for its Radeon 7770 series of graphics cards.

AMD is bundling some of the most exciting games with its new line of graphics cards - it's the "Never Settle" offer.

The bundled games that AMD is offering users are not those from an ancient era which barely a few would be interested to play. They are among the most popular and best-selling games to have hit the market in recent times.

AMD’s new 7770 series of Radeon graphics cards pack a powerful punch when it comes to PC gaming. They are strong enough to handle even the most demanding of PC games.

The latest and greatest games are on offer
Among the games that AMD is bundling are Far Cry 3, Hitman: Absolution, and Sleeping Dogs. Users get these games for free or get steep discounts for other game titles.

For example, if you scoop up an AMD Radeon HD 7800 series graphics card or a Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition card, you are entitled to get up to 20 percent off on Medal of Honor Warfighter, and get Far Cry 3 absolutely free.

Unless you’re a die-hard fan of Nvidia, the new game bundles should offer enough incentive to you to just go out there and grab a 7770 series AMD graphics card!

Should you happen to purchase a couple of any of the following cards - AMD Radeon HD 7850 series graphics cards ($399), Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition cards ($239), or Radeon HD 7870 GHz Edition cards ($499) – you not only get Far Cry 3 and Hitman: Absolution totally free, but also a discount of 20 percent on Medal of Honor Warfighter.

Biggest ever game bundle in the graphics card industry
Robert Hallock, AMD product marketing manager, was quoted as saying in a press briefing that their game bundles are among the best ever offered in the history of the graphics card industry.

Why is AMD so desperate for buyers? The Sunnyvale, California-based giant has just reported a significant loss in the last quarter and has said that it could be laying off over 10 percent of its workforce.

Unless you’re a die-hard fan of Nvidia, the new game bundles should offer enough incentive to you to just go out there and grab a 7770 series AMD graphics card!