Announced at E3 2019, AMD bundles 3 months of Xbox Game Pass PC with Radeon RX 5700 GPUs

What you need to know

  • Three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass PC will be bundled with Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs and select Ryzen processors.
  • AMD's new Radeon RX 5700 series GPUs are expected to be available starting July 7.
  • Xbox Game Pass PC includes more than 100 games.

At AMD's 2019 E3 presentation, we were treated to a closer look at its new Radeon RX 5700 and Radeon RX 5700 XT graphics cards (GPU), which are expected to be released July 7. They will retail for $380 and $450 respectively. This release should coincide with AMD's new 3rd Gen Ryzen processors (CPU) first shown off at Computex 2019.

Included in the purchase of one of these new GPUs will be a three-month subscription to Xbox Game Pass PC, which includes more than 100 titles for a flat $5 fee. It was also noted that "select AMD Ryzen processors" will also be bundled with a three-month subscription, though it's unclear which CPUs exactly will be included in the promo.

On top of a lot of already released games made available with the subscription service, upcoming titles like Gears 5, Halo Infinite, and Minecraft Dungeons will be available at release through Xbox Game Pass PC. Be sure to check out our best graphics card picks to see how the GPUs stack up.

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