Look for a new batch of games in AMD's next Never Settle bundle.
As if gamers with aging GPUs need another reason to upgrade their graphics card, game bundles from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) have been providing extra incentive, and more importantly (for AMD), tempting users away from Nvidia. The next "Never Settle" bundle from AMD may include Battlefield 4, which would make perfect sense after the Sunnyvale chip designer demoed the title running on a new Malta Radeon HD 7990 graphics card.
Citing un-named sources, Fudzilla says Ubisoft's upcoming Watch Dogs is another likely candidate for the refreshed bundle offer, along with an unknown third title. Adding a bit of intrigue to the mystery, the site's sources claim the third game hasn't even been announced for the PC just yet. This is wishful thinking, but wouldn't it be great if that title ended up being Grand Theft Auto V?
AMD's original Never Settle bundle included up to three free games, including Far Cry 3, Hitman: Absolution, and Sleeping Dogs. It was a tiered offer that rewarded Radeon HD 7900 purchasers with all three games, and one or two titles for lower series graphics cards.
Just last month, AMD announced a Never Settle Reloaded bundle that rewarded Radeon HD 7800 Series owners with Tomb Raider (2013) and Bioshock Infinite, and 7800 Series owner with Bioshock Infinite and Crysis 3.