AMD Starfield bundle starts on July 11th, will include Ryzen 7000 CPUs and Radeon RX 6600+ GPUs.

Published: Jul 8th 2023, 09:30 GMT   Comments

AMD Starfield bundle also for Radeon RX 6600+ GPUs

AMD has now confirmed the upcoming Starfield/Ryzen/Radeon bundle is launching soon.

Last week, Newegg let slip the details of an upcoming game bundle that includes Starfield, the highly anticipated game being developed by Bethesda for both PC and Xbox consoles. Since then, other retailers have confirmed the bundle, and an official bundle page has been published by AMD Taiwan.

According to the information provided by AMD Taiwan, the bundle will kick off on July 11th and run until September 30th. Gamers who own new AMD hardware will have the opportunity to claim their game codes until the end of October.

AMD Starfield bundle, Source AMD

In terms of hardware, the bundle is not limited to just AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs; it also includes Radeon GPUs. Furthermore, the bundle encompasses not only the RDNA3 family but also RDNA2 starting from the Radeon RX 6600 series (so excluding the 6500/6400 series).

The bundle is divided into two tiers: the Standard Edition and the Premium Edition, which offers 5-day early access. The Premium bundle is available with all Ryzen 9 7000 CPUs and either the Radeon RX 7900 or Radeon RX 6700+ series. On the other hand, the Standard Edition is bundled with Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 7000 series processors, as well as Radeon 6600/7500 models.

AMD Starfield bundle, Source AMD

This game is a space exploration and RPG that aims to offer players an immersive and expansive experience in a futuristic science fiction setting. The game is expected to combine elements of exploration, storytelling, and player choice, which are trademarks of Bethesda’s previous titles.

Starfield made its debut during the E3 2018 event and has been actively in development ever since. After a five-year wait, eager gamers will finally have the opportunity to dive into this highly anticipated game. The official release date has been confirmed for September 6 of this year.

AMD announced it will be an exclusive PC partner for the launch of this game on PCs. The game will support FSR2 upscaling technology on day one.

Source: AMD Taiwan via Hardware & Co

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