Friday, November 24th 2017

AMD Offers Prey, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on RX Vega Purchases

AMD has started a new offer on its RX Vega 56 and RX Vega 64 graphics cards, which brings users two of this year's most interesting FPS titles: Arkane's Prey, and Machine Games' Wolfenstein: The New Colossus. The offer is good from November 24th through December 31st, or until the stock for game codes is gone, so that should give users plenty of time to take advantage of the offer. Keep in mind this is retailer-dependent, with not every sales point partaking in the offer, so be sure to check first whether or not your purchase spot of choice is offering this promotion.

The AMD Unique ID which grants you access to both game codes must be redeemed within two (2) months of the end of the Campaign Period (February 28, 2018) to obtain Application downloads. After this deadline, the AMD Unique ID is void, so users won't be able to redeem their games anymore. The offer is valid for RX Vega 64 Liquid and Air cooled graphics cards, and RX Vega 56. AMD AIB partner cards (such as Gigabyte, Sapphire, XFX, and so on) should be eligible, but you should take some time to confirm this. best Buy, for example, seems to only be applying this dual game code promotion to XFX Vega graphics cards. For now, this promotion seems to only be applied to reference design graphics cards, though this might change according to retailer.

Sources: Radeon Gaming, XFX Force
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12 Comments on AMD Offers Prey, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on RX Vega Purchases

#1
JackOne
Two nice, AMD optimized games.
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#2
ZeppMan217
JackOne said:
Two nice, AMD optimized games.
I'd hardly call Wolf 2 optimized for anything with the myriad of bugs that it still has a month after release.
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#3
JackOne
ZeppMan217 said:
I'd hardly call Wolf 2 optimized for anything with the myriad of bugs that it still has a month after release.
Yeah well, I was just talking GPU performance, you're probably right
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
ZeppMan217 said:
I'd hardly call Wolf 2 optimized for anything with the myriad of bugs that it still has a month after release.
Bugs? The game ran easy as pie for me. Not aware of any bugs in my entire playthrough. Indeed, I was kind of regarding it as a good example of how AAA games SHOULD be released.
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#5
JackOne
Strange that opinion's on something non-personal as bugs can differ so much
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
JackOne said:
Strange that opinion's on something non-personal as bugs can differ so much
Indeed, there have been a number of games where I have wondered if people are playing the same game.
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#7
StrayKAT
That's pretty damn cool. Both games are ones I haven't gotten around to yet.
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#8
BorgOvermind
JackOne said:
Two nice, AMD optimized games.
ID's engine optimized for AMD... dude, what do you smoke ? Share with us !

Good for them that they actually offer quality games.
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#9
StrayKAT
BorgOvermind said:
ID's engine optimized for AMD... dude, what do you smoke ? Share with us !

Good for them that they actually offer quality games.
Well Doom is vulkan friendly at least. That's something. I assume the same for Wolfenstein II.
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rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
StrayKAT said:
Well Doom is vulkan friendly at least. That's something. I assume the same for Wolfenstein II.
Yes, it is running on Vulkan.
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#11
JackOne
BorgOvermind said:
ID's engine optimized for AMD... dude, what do you smoke ? Share with us !

Good for them that they actually offer quality games.
What did you? Both games are using Vulkan and Vulkan, as pretty much everyone but you knows, is great for AMD cards.
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#12
kn00tcn
what happened to polaris bundles

hope there's a bundle in a few months for zen+ with polaris... or maybe small vega starts showing up?
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