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UPDATE: AMD Never Settle Bundle Roadmap Leaked

UPDATE: Our sources have told us that this roadmap is a complete fabrication. It could be nothing more than wishful thinking.

Last year AMD started with its Never Settle bundle as a part of its Gaming Evolved initiative. In the meantime, there have been a number of different releases, and now we're seeing its roadmap for the future. It looks like the Never Settle bundles aren't about to end just yet.

The roadmap that user "supaman" has found on the Tech Report forums lists some of the previous games featured in the Never Settle bundles, and it shows the upcoming titles. We cannot place any certainty on the authenticity of the image, but regardless, it does look promising. It lists the following games, most of which are top-tier titles.

  • GRID2
  • Company of Heroes 2
  • Total War: Rome II
  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist
  • Lost Planet 3
  • Battlefield 4
  • Raven’s Cry
  • Watch Dogs

Regardless, we're fairly sure that we can expect another Never Settle bundle to arrive, and it'll likely give a good bit of added value to your graphics card purchase, especially if they end up being games that you already wanted in the first place.

Earlier in the month, an AMD VP hinted that Battlefield 4 would be included in a future bundle.

Niels Broekhuijsen is a Contributing Writer for Tom's Hardware US. He reviews cases, water cooling and pc builds.

  • bak0n
    Look at all the rated M games I won't be buying...
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  • Stimpack
    Look at all the M-rated games I won't have to buy!
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  • ilysaml
    Splinter Cell Blacklist, BF4, Lost Planet 3? AMD is hitting nVidia hard.
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  • Cryio
    If they make their GPUs good enough, AMD will win their second generation in a row! Heh. That hasn't happened in a looong time.
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  • esrever
    These looks like good games. Wow. If I had disposable income I'd be tempted to upgrade.
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  • AMD, Combine Company of Heroes 2 with Total War II bundle and you got a customer and hoards of other RTS fans purchasing 7970s
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  • CarolKarine
    looks like I'll be going crossfire with my current 7870 when these come round.
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  • CarolKarine
    looks like I'll be going crossfire with my current 7870 when these come round.
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  • loops
    Hope the 7930s are still around for some CF action.
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  • MANOFKRYPTONAK
    Wish Nvidia would do more of this, I want Battlefield 4 with my second 680.
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