Two new games, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare and Sniper Elite III, both became available recently. These games have been hotly anticipated, and both offer gameplay that’s novel and engrossing. What’s more, both games benefit from close cooperation with AMD, and Sniper Elite III even joins our Never Settle Forever game bundle program.
In Sniper Elite III, the developers’ goal is to faithfully simulate what it’s like to be a real military sniper. That means stealth is paramount, wind and ballistic effects are realistic and you must be careful and deliberate in your moves. Every shot is precious, and the damage done is deconstructed in slow motion to convey the devastation a sniper’s bullet causes. The tension runs high.
The experience of playing this game really is unique. For those who prefer sniping to running and gunning, it’s hard to beat. Only seeing the game in action can really make the point. Click here to watch the trailer. (WARNING: This game isn’t for everyone. It’s extremely graphic, and so is the trailer. It’s rated M for mature audiences by the ESRB and 16+ by PEGI).
Sniper Elite III is part of the Never Settle Forever Gold and Silver tiers. Buyers of qualifying AMD Radeon™ graphics cards can get it now.
If shredding human anatomy isn’t your thing, don’t despair. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare combines strategy, tactics and lighthearted fantasy weapons into addictive, fast-paced multiplayer mayhem.
Its unique cartoon style sets the mood, but don’t mistake its appearance for a lack of sophistication; it runs on the same powerful Frostbite 3 engine that powers Battlefield 4. Many elements of the multiplayer action will feel familiar to fans of the Battlefield games.
Plant mushroom sentries, call in corn strikes or tunnel beneath the lawn for a sneak attack. The action is definitely weird, but that’s part of the series’ long-standing appeal.
Rated for players age 10 and above, and making relatively modest demands on hardware, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare is sure to be a hit with a very large number of PC gamers. It’s is one of three titles developed by EA in conjunction with our Gaming Evolved program for this season. Dragon Age Inquisition and Battlefield Hardline will follow.
Just in case the arrival of these games doesn’t excite you enough, take note that both also will also support the Mantle API. Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare can be run with Mantle now; Sniper Elite III will have Mantle support activated in an upcoming update. The end result is that games using AMD technology can get the best possible gameplay experience with these titles, and Mantle will have its already-strong reputation bolstered with two new and popular games added to its portfolio.
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*Originally posted by Jay Lebo in AMD Gaming on Jul 9, 2014 2:37:20 PM