AMD Starfield Bundle Officially Revealed Overseas and Will Run from July 11 through September 30

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The AMD Starfield bundle has been officially revealed via AMD’s overseas store following last week’s Newegg leak. Aside from the leak it was already expected that an AMD Bundle promotion could be forthcoming following the announcement that AMD would be the exclusive PC partner for Starfield. According to AMD’s Taiwan website, the promotion will run from July 11 to September 30. Eligible processors for the game bundle include all of the current Ryzen 7000 CPUs. In terms of GPUs, AMD has included not only the entire range of its currently available RDNA3 GPUs but also most of its RDNA2 Radeon RX 6000 series (with the exception of the RX 6400/6500 series).

There will be two tiers, a Standard edition, and a Premium edition. Per VideoCardz both will include a 5-day early access to the game. The Premium edition is available for Ryzen 9 CPUs or either Radeon RX 7900 or Radeon RX 6700/6800/6900 series graphics cards. The Standard edition is available for Ryzen 5/7 series CPUs or Radeon RX 7600 or Radeon RX 6600 series graphics cards. As this is the first listing and is from AMD’s Taiwan website the prices listed below should not be considered USD. AMD’s North American partners should be revealing their AMD Starfield Bundle prices soon since this promotion is beginning next week and Newegg is already known to have its own ready to roll out.

Eligible Products (via AMD’s official Taiwain website):

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Starfield releases for PC and Xbox on September 6.

About Starfield (per official page):

“Starfield is the first new universe in over 25 years from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4. In this next generation role-playing game set amongst the stars, create any character you want and explore with unparalleled freedom as you embark on an epic journey to answer humanity’s greatest mystery.”

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