AMD also offers Starfield to buyers of Radeon RX 7700XT and 7800XT boards

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While game offers have become increasingly rare in recent years, AMD confirms a nice coup announced this summer.

Last July, AMD and Bethesda announceda rather nice offer: the game of the autumn on PC - Starfield - published by the latter is given as a gift to purchasers of the former's components. Not all AMD components are involved, but the majority of recently purchased Radeon RX graphics cards and Ryzen processors are entitled to either the standard edition of Bethesda's game or, for the higher-end models, the premium edition.

The question that had been raised for several days was whether the brand-new Radeon RX 7700XT and RX 7800XT would be included in this offer. It was hard to imagine AMD excluding these two models, but we had to wait until the end of last week for official confirmation: not only are both Radeons included in the offer, but given their positioning in the RDNA3 range, they also entitle users to the game's premium edition.

This offer is of course of interest to all gamers tempted by Bethesda's game: Starfield seems to have been well received by the critics, as evidenced by the scores compiled by MetaCritic, even if gamers seem less enthusiastic. One thing's for sure: while the Radeon RX 7700XT and RX 7800XT have a relative price advantage over their GeForce rivals, this is further accentuated by the Starfield edition, which is normally priced at 99.99 euros. Inevitably, if Bethesda's game was on your wish list, this could be a game-changer!