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'Battlefield 4' publisher partners with AMD

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As part of a push for next generation gaming, graphics card company AMD is teaming up with Electronic Arts to ensure that EA's games, from "Battlefield 4" onward, will be optimized for AMD's line of cards and computer chips. 

The deal means that the teams behind "Battlefield 4," "Need for Speed: Rivals" and "Mirrors Edge 2," all of which run on the same game engine, will be working with AMD to make sure the PC versions look stunning straight out of the box.

Traditionally a rival of Nvidia, AMD has now secured a place for its chips inside the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Wii U, while Nvidia has continued to carve out a reputation for mobile computing solutions and robust, bleeding edge graphics cards.

Most recently, AMD partnered with Crystal Dynamics, developer of Square Enix's "Tomb Raider," to make characters' hair look more lifelike.

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