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Starfield hardware bundle with free download gets major price drop

Sam Cawley

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Starfield hardware bundle with free download gets major price drop

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Get a shiny new Ryzen CPU and free copy of Starfield for an affordable price with the latest hardware bundle offer.

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Bethesda is just weeks away from releasing its highly-anticipated space exploration game, Starfield, which promises to be an intergalactic adventure of huge proportions. With over 1,000 planets to explore, most of which have a bigger map than Skyrim, players will create their own starship and play through an exciting, but oddly short, story about discovery.

Check out the story trailer for Starfield below!

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While the Xbox Series X/S version will be held back by system limitations, PC players will be able to really push performance, providing they have the hardware to do so. Recently, AMD launched an offer that bundles in free copies of Starfield with their Ryzen series CPUs, as well as shared the “monstrous” specs needed for the best overall experience.

If you’re in the market for a new CPU, and hope to play Starfield at a solid framerate at launch, the AMD bundle seems like a no-brainer, one of which has received a price cut, making it much more affordable.

The AMD Ryzen 5 7600X CPU has dropped in price to $199, the lowest it's ever been since it launched, and now the most affordable CPU in the market at the moment. It’ll also bag you a digital copy of Starfield, in the form of a redeemable code so you can test out your new hardware when the game becomes playable in September.

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This offer was available on Amazon, which has since ran out of stock, so now BestBuy is your best bet to grab one before they go.

Fans are patiently counting down the days to Starfield’s release, some of which are hyped beyond belief, whereas others are worried it could be another buggy and broken Bethesda launch, which Xbox has stated won’t be the case. Some lucky fans have even gotten to play the game early on Xbox.

Starfield will launch exclusively on Xbox Series X/S and PC on 6th September later this year.

Topics: Starfield, Bethesda, PC, Xbox

Sam Cawley
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