It's game bundle season—again. On the heels of AMD, which kicked off its Never Settle Reloaded promotion this weekend, OCZ has started offering free copies of Far Cry 3 with some of its Vector solid-state drives.
Details of the OCZ offer, along with the entry form, can be found here on the company's website. Only 256GB and 512GB Vector drives are eligible, and customers may only redeem a maximum of two Far Cry 3 download codes (with two or more Vector drives purchased). The download codes must be used before July 14. Oh, and the offer is open in all locales except for Africa and China.
Signing up looks easy enough. Just fill in your name, e-mail address, country of residence, and a few details about the Vector model you purchased. (OCZ wants to know the serial number, where you bought the drive, and the license key for the bundled copy of Acronis True Image.) There's a captcha, too, but fret not—it's actually readable.
Far Cry 3 has just passed its two-month release anniversary and still sells for $49.99 on Steam. OCZ's eligible Vector SSDs, for reference, are priced at $248.99 and $569.99 for 256GB and 512GB capacities, respectively. Considering the Vector is one of the fastest drives we've tested, that's not such a bad deal.
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