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ASUS Offers Free Copy Of Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth With Select GPU Purchases

by Low Boon ShenMay 14, 2024
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ASUS Offers Free Copy Of Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth With Select GPU Purchases

ASUS Offers Free Copy Of Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth With Select GPU Purchases

If you’re a fan of the Yakuza franchise and in need of a new GPU right now, here’s your chance to grab a new copy of the franchise’s latest title, Like A Dragon: Infinite Wealth (worth RM239), with the purchase of select ASUS GPUs (in both NVIDIA RTX and AMD Radeon flavors).

The popular SEGA franchise recently went through a rebrand from Yakuza to Like A Dragon (following its Japanese namesake) for the global markets. In this latest installment, the story follows Kasuga Ichiban, a former gangster who spent decades in prison for the crimes he did not commit, and now finds himself working his way back up in Japanese society. Of course, the ever-popular Kiryu Kazuma continues to make an appearance in this story, as well as all the silly and serious elements that players have come to expect.

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The promotion begins now until July 8, 2024, and you can pick up any current-generation GPU with AMD Radeon RX 7000 or NVIDIA RTX 40 models in all variants ranging from ROG to the blower Turbo series (only the Radeon RX 7600 non-XT is excluded from this promotion). Here’s the full list of eligible GPUs, for reference.

GPU purchases must be made within this period, and the redemption form must be submitted before August 8, 2024. Once the code is received, you have until December 31, 2024 to redeem it via Steam. To begin the redemption process, an ASUS Member account is required (registration is free).

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