AMD and Square Enix Giving FREE Games; Don’t Miss Out on It with AMD4U

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The partnership between AMD and Square Enix will yield the masses with free games. Go on ahead and claim it for yourself with AMD4U.

Don’t you just love free games? I mean, it’s not like we don’t want to support the developers but the idea of getting some fun entertainment free of charge just feels good. Well, you might be missing out on some free games if you didn’t know about this. Introducing the AMD4U program.

 

AMD4U: AMD and Square Enix Giving FREE Games

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In a surprising move, AMD and Square Enix have announced a partnership in the form of a games service for PC gamers. It’s called AMD4U, and it’s being touted as an innovative new program that will offer AMD consumers with a selection of games from upcoming indie game developers from all over the world.

The key to this program is the Square Enix Collective. For those of you who aren’t aware, the Square Enix Collective is the company’s in-house publishing program with a focus on putting the spotlight on indie game titles. Yes, that means AMD consumers will gain access to the Square Enix Collective.

Those who sign up soon will be rewarded with access to 3 free games from the entire Square Enix Collective Portfolio, which includes games such as, Black the Fall, Children of ZodiarcDeadbeat Heroes, Tokyo Dark, Oh My Godheads, along with the upcoming titles Fear Effect Sedna and Battalion 1944.

One of the more notable games here would be Battalion 1944, which was developed with AMD’s Ryzen technology at its core. To be precise, the new AMD Ryzen 1800X and the Radeon Vega graphics cards. The game is expected to deliver an ultra-realistic action shooter set during World War 2.

If you want to register for the AMD4U program, you can do by clicking right here. Just make sure you’re using AMD equipments and you’ll be good to go.

If you’re a PlayStation 4 gamer, you are also eligible for free games. Click here if you’re from the US and EU region, or click here if you’re from the Asia region.

 

Pokdepinion: Wow, free games? Sign me up! Good thing I’ve always stayed on the red team.