Grab Devil May Cry 5, The Division 2, and Resident Evil 2 in this stylish AMD bundle

The one thing that Devil May Cry has taught us? Doing a job well is one thing, but looking good in the process is another. Here to help add that fourth ‘S’ to your style rating is AMD with a few cool offers and updates.

Raise The Game Fully Loaded

Don’t have the new Devil May Cry 5? Grab an AMD Radeon graphics card and you’ll get a copy for free!

AMD’s ‘Raise the Game Fully Loaded‘ bundle practically screams value, as buyers will receive not just one but THREE games to test their new Radeon graphics card with. There’s the Devil May Cry 5 everyone’s talking about, the Resident Evil 2 remake that everyone loved, and the upcoming The Division 2 that’s ready to visually impress. Woot!

Purchasing any of these three options will make you eligible for the bundle:

  • AMD Radeon VII
  • RX Vega or RX 590 graphics card
  • an eligible Radeon VII, RX Vega or RX 590 powered PC

Are those GPUs out of your budget? Then snag one of these options instead and you get to choose any two of those three aforementioned games:

  • AMD Radeon RX 580 or RX 570 graphics card
  • an eligible Radeon RX 580 or RX 570 powered PC

That said, this Raise the Game Fully Loaded deal isn’t going to hang around forever. The promotional package and redemption of games will only last till April 6 and May 6 respectively. It’s all subject to the availability and supply of codes, too, so make haste!

New Radeon Adrenaline release, more FreeSync 2 support

Once you’ve bought (or if you already own) an AMD card, then you’ll want to make sure you download the new Radeon Software package.

The recent 19.3.1 particular release packs Day-0 support for DMC5, so you know your demon-slaying adventures are going to look and feel good. AMD says they’ve seen “up to 4% average performance gains” on a Radeon RX Vega 64.

The newer 19.3.2 release has more to it, bringing optimizations for The Division 2 and Civilization VI: Gathering Storm, and more DirectX 12 support for supported games on Windows 7.

Lastly, if you need a new screen that works best with AMD then consider the BenQ EX3203RAOC AG273QCXSamsung C32HG70, and ASUS XG49VQ. All three have FreeSync 2 compatibility so your frame rates stay nice and smooth. The better to rack up those stylish combos.

Kenneth Ang

Kenneth is your dedicated jack of all trades gamer and borderline anime nut. When not writing, he likes to wind down with Overwatch, Apex Legends and a bit of Fate: Grand Order on the side.