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AMD and Square Enix have joined forces to introduce AMD4U, a new program that will provide AMD consumers with a range of games from participating independent development teams.
AMD has developed a program to work with the “Square Enix Collective,” the indie publishing program of Square Enix with a focus of building awareness of AMD’s new product lineup. This new initiative has extended marketing partnerships with AMD’s OEM partners participating in the AMD4U program, including DELL, Alienware, HP, Lenovo and many more.
Anyone purchasing an AMD-powered PC from a range of OEM’s will be able to validate their hardware and receive up to three free games from the entire Square Enix Collective portfolio. Titles include previously released games Black the Fall, Children of Zodiarc, Deadbeat Heroes, Tokyo Dark, Oh My Godheads, along with the upcoming titles Fear Effect Sedna and Battalion 1944.
One of the biggest titles in the Collective portfolio participating in this program is Battalion 1944. The visceral World War II focused multiplayer shooter looks to be the perfect game to showcase AMD’s new hardware. This game is being developed using a combination of the new Ryzen 1800x and the Radeon Vega graphics cards. It will be on show at upcoming events including GamesCom & EGX.
AMD and Square Enix look to give little known indie devs a chance to shine with this new initiative, and help them bring their vision to the mass market. Up to three free extra games when you update your hardware, and some support for struggling indie devs, seems like a win/win to us!
If you want to find out more about AMD4U then visit their website here!