AMD Introduces AMD4U Designed for Gamers and Content Creators, In Collaboration with Square Enix and Adobe
AMD just announced its program called AMD4U which is designed to offer some of today's best creative tools and gaming applications augmented with its processors and graphic cards. And what a way to start this AMD4U program than pairing up with leading industry leaders like Adobe and Square Enix.
In a press statement released by AMD, the company announced its commitment to empower content creators, designers and gamers. Proof to this commitment is AMD's recent collaboration with Adobe and Square Enix.
"We are proud to work with both Adobe and the Square Enix Collective to provide our customers with powerful software takes full advantage of the leadership performance AMD delivers," said John Taylor, vice president of Worldwide Marketing at AMD. "Thanks to Adobe and Square Enix, we're not only making creative tools and indie games available to customers, but also expanding our focus on optimizations that demonstrate the power and performance provided by AMD."
According to Sue Skidmore, head of partner relations at Adobe the Adobe Creative Cloud and the Creative Cloud Photography plan offered via AMD4U program includes Adobe Illustrator® CC, Adobe InDesign® CC, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Adobe Lightroom® CC, among other learning resources. As for Phil Elliott, creator of Square Enix Collective, he promised that the games will take taking full advantage of AMD's powerful systems.
Like any other programs, AMD's AMD4U has freebies for those who wanted to participate. According to AMD, consumers who will purchase eligible AMD-powered system will qualify to receive up to three free games from Square Enix Collective indie portfolio. They will also become eligible to receive up to two months of Adobe® Creative Cloud® or three months of the Creative Cloud Photography plan.
Currently, the AMD4U program includes the award-winning AMD RyzenTM 7 and AMD RyzenTM 5 desktop processors and the RadeonTM RX 500 series. For more information, visit AMD4U webpage.
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