New Titles Announced for AMD Gaming Evolved Program

AMD Gaming Evolved Program

If you follow AMD and all their side projects, then you have probably heard of AMD Gaming Evolved program. If you are unfamiliar with the AMD Gaming Evolved program it basically helps developers and game designers implement new AMD technologies and optimize their games for AMD graphics cards and processors. The AMD Gaming Evolved program is the counterpart to Nvidia’s “The Way it’s meant to be played” program that does the same with helping studios and developers get and use Nvidia technologies. AMD describes the program as this:

AMD Gaming Evolved program

AMD’s Gaming Evolved program represents our deep commitment to PC gamers, PC game developers, and the PC gaming industry to deliver innovative technologies, nurture open industry standards, and to help the gaming industry create the best possible gaming experience on the world’s best gaming platform—the PC.

Upcoming games for the AMD Gaming Evolved program are going to be:

  • Castlevania: Lord of Shadow
  • Final Fantasy XIV
  • Leisure Suit Larry Reloaded
  • Murdered: Soul Suspect
  • Pirate 101
  • Shadow of the Eternals
  • Thief

Some of these games will be coming out over the next couple months and some of them are still in development with their respective studios and developers. AMD is working with Square Enix, Eidos Montreal,  Airtight Games, KingsIsle Entertainment, MercuryStream, Precursor Games, and N-Fusion Interactive which these are small and big are lets them all be able to get their games ready for use with AMD equipment. With some of these games still is development and not going to see the light of day until next year or so it is nice to know that hopefully with the launch of the AMD Radeon HD 9000 series right around the corner in October that if you enjoy these kinds of games then they should run well on older and newer graphics cards from AMD.

AMD Gaming Evolved Program

AMD Gaming Evolved Program

 

Anyone looking forward to any of these games when they do release?

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