VideoCardz informed of a leak revealing the contents of the new Raise The Game pack from AMD. What is it? It's easy - if you buy a GPU on a specific date, you get a set of games and an Xbox Game Pass subscription on your PC as a gift. Therefore, if you would like to do a hardware upgrade in the near future, it may be worthwhile to wait a little bit and grab a pack of free games. You can save up to several hundred bucks.
If the leak turns out to be true, there will be popular titles among the offered productions. The games you get will depend on the GPU model. If you choose one of the RX 5700 Radeons, you will receive Monster Huner: Iceborne Master Edition and Resident Evil 3, while RX 5500 XT buyers will receive the second aforementioned Capcom title, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint and Warcraft III: Reforged. Unfortunately, the offer does not include other cards from the AMD catalogue (one might wonder about the absence of RX 5600 XT). As a consolation when buying any of them (including the ones mentioned above), you will receive a quarterly Xbox Game Pass subscription on PC.
As you probably noticed, Resident Evil 3 hasn't launched yet. But it's nothing, given that the offer is expected to start on February 4 and last until April 25, this year. If you buy any of the manufacturer's cards during this period, you will receive a game coupon, which you will have to redeem by May 25 2020. The situation with Game Pass is slightly different. In this case, the promotion has been ongoing since July 1 2019, but will end at the same time as the game offer. The coupons must be redeemed by June 30 this year.
Just remember to make sure you buy AMD products from participating retailers. The previous Raise The Game was available until the end of 2019 and the coupons had to be used by January 30 2020. The package included Borderlands 3 or Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon: Breakpoint (depending on your choicel) and a 3-month Xbox Game Pass subscription for PC. Interestingly, you can still visit the webpage presenting the outdated offer. It's at this address.
- AMD - official website
Last update: 2020-02-01