AMD has kicked off a new campaign that adds free digital copies of Prey and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus to select Radeon RX Vega 64 and Vega 56 graphics cards. The offer will run almost worldwide till the end of the year, thus making AMD’s latest high-end graphics cards more attractive throughout the holiday shopping season.

Starting from November 24 and to December 31 (or when AMD runs out of codes), AMD will include vouchers for Prey and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus downloads with air- and liquid-cooled Radeon RX Vega 64 as well as Radeon RX Vega 56 graphics cards from various suppliers in most of the world. Meanwhile, due to legal concerns, AMD will offer Sniper Elite 4 instead of Wolfenstein II in Austria, Germany, Switzerland, and Israel. All codes must be redeemed within two months after the end of the promo campaign, by February 28, 2018.

The launch of AMD's game bundles for the RX Vega comes at an interesting time. Due to cryptocurrency mining frenzy and due to generally high demand for advanced video cards among gamers, the Radeon RX Vega cards have been in short supply and selling for well over MSRP when they are in stock. As of this morning, Newegg is entirely sold out of RX Vega 56 cards, and RX Vega 64 cards start at $599. So AMD doesn't need to do much to spark demand for these cards at the moment.

At present, AMD only includes vouchers with reference design boards and it remains to be seen whether the company extends the campaign to custom RX Vega products from its partners, should they launch before the end of the year.

Besides bundling Prey and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus with select Radeon RX Vega video cards, AMD is continuing to bundle Quake Champions “Champions Pack” with select graphics adapters powered by the Radeon RX550, RX 560, RX 570 and RX 580 GPUs (as well as PCs featuring the cards from participating system integrators). This campaign also ends on December 31 and all the codes must be redeemed by February 28, 2018. The Quake Champions "Champions Pack" may be obtained for free with the purchase of boxed versions of AMD’s Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 CPUs as well as systems on their base. Retail value of Quake Champions “Champions Pack” is $29.99.

AMD's Ongoing Promo Campaigns
As of November 27, 2017
Hardware Game Campaign End Date Redemption Period Details
Radeon RX Vega 56 Prey
Wolfenstein II:
The New Colossus


Sniper Elite 4
(in Austria, Germany, Switzerland and Israel)
December 31, 2017 February 28, 2018 Link
Radeon RX Vega 64
Radeon RX Vega 64 LCS
Radeon RX 550 Quake Champions “Champions Pack” Link
Radeon RX 560 Link
Radeon RX 570
Radeon RX 580
Ryzen 5 (PiB) Link
Ryzen 7 (PiB)

More details about AMD’s ongoing promotional campaigns can be obtained from AMD’s Rewards web-site.

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Source: AMD



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  • tviceman - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    This bundle is likely an indication of how well Vega is (isn't) selling. Having two AAA titles this early in the product's life span doesn't bode well. A good bundle, nonetheless. Reply
  • IGTrading - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    If it's not selling then that's a loss for the ones not buying :)

    The way I see it, AMD Radeon Fury X (when launched) was always a few steps behind GF 980 Ti.

    2 years later, the AMD Radeon Fury X smashes the GF 980 Ti in 99% of the games at FullHD and 4K UHD.

    I guess nVIDIA buyers enjoyed 1 year of performance advantage and will spend all the other years behind the AMD Fury X, until they upgrade.

    That unless a new nVIDIA driver will KILL their GPU like in the past.

    It's an nVIDIA exclusive "advantage" ;)
  • IGTrading - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    Oh ... before anybody asks for a link or something :

    Here's a fresh review of an nVIDIA card that also shows how the AMD Radeon Fury X is doing today.

    I have the feeling AMD VEGA will be a similar situation in its price range.
  • CiccioB - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    You have mixed things up.
    Fury X is behind in performance as it was before. It, as before, enjoys to be faster than the GTX980Ti in few games.
    See how it behaves with Destiny 2.

    What you linked are graphs where the value (that is the price) of the GPU is considered which is different from what you were talking about.
    Just click on performance graphs and see where the Fury X is placed against the GTX980Ti.

    Get your mind together, then return with more convincing arguments on why a 18 month late GPU that sucks like a rocket should be preferred.
  • mrmessma - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    They're completely sold out on Newegg. Even if it's supply issues (lack of stock), what stock there is, is all consistently sold out. Lately bundles have been done to make them less attractive to miners. Reply
  • Stuka87 - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    If its not selling as well as they want, the issue is that there is no AIB cards. Most do NOT want a reference card. Reply
  • blppt - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    Agreed. I picked up a watercooled model because apparently the stock cooler on the Vega 64 is nearly as bad as the "turbine sounding" reference 290x I had years ago. That, and the more consistent clockrates. Reply
  • osxandwindows - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    Yo, what's with the phone reviews.
    Laiter this month, we were told. We still have nothing.
  • osxandwindows - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    Later* Reply
  • Ryan Smith - Monday, November 27, 2017 - link

    This news should be to your liking: Reply

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