Samsung offers Far Cry 4 with SSD

Samsung offers Far Cry 4 with SSD

The US branch of Samsung has announced a new sweet deal for people who need a new SSD yet tend to be gamers. Thanks to a partnership with Ubisoft, Samsung now offers purchasers of a Samsung 840 EVO SSD a bonus download of Far Cry 4, which is the newest action game in the Far Cry line.

“The 840 EVO SSD offers users with blazing fast speeds, unmatched reliability and overall sustained performance, making it the ideal choice for gamers,” said Ron Gazzola, vice president of marketing at Samsung Electronics America. “Players can renew their Far Cry gaming experience with more visually rich effects and noticeably faster loading times. We’re thrilled to offer this gaming bundle deal to our customers.”

The Samsung 840 EVO solid-state drive will provide gamers with unmatched performance while playing so long load times will be a thing of the past. This is also true for choppy and lagging performance and the drive’s low power consumption will reduce heat output and will lower your energy bill as well.

The deal starts on Black Friday and is good until supplies last. The Far Cry 4 download is available for the following capacities: 250 GB, 500 GB, 750 GB and 1 TB and can be redeemed until September 1, 2015. In addition gamers will be able to get a Samsung 840 EVO SSD at the following retailers:, Best Buy,, Microcenter, Fry’s, Tiger Direct, B&H and Adorama.

Source: Samsung

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