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Samsung has a special place for gamers in its heart. This is evident from the cutting edge gaming components and services it offers. The latest news from Samsung land is that the Korean giant has partnered with Electronics Arts to offer curved monitors to gamers that can perfectly display the games that they generally play.

Samsung has mentioned that these curved monitors will stand out in the cutthroat world of tech and gaming industry. By diverging is monitor department into gaming side, Samsung is going up against the heavyweights such as dell and ASUS. Electronic Arts is also playing a crucial role in building these monitors. The Fifa game publishers exactly know how the displays should be modified to output an optimal picture so that the games such as Battlefield, Titanfall and Mirror’s Edge looks perfect and gamers would have an experience that is unmatched by any other.

“Promotion participants will receive a promo code on their receipt, via email and/or through the Samsung website. This code can be redeemed for the free game download through the EA Games website,” explains the official Samsung press release.

Not only that, when you purchase the monitor between august and September, EA will offer its blockbuster titles such as Need for Speed, FIFA 16, Battlefield Hardline, and Battlefield 4 for free depending upon the region.CF591_2.0

“Along with these features is a 3,000:1 contrast ratio, which should be able to produce more solid blacks and minimal light leaks from its screens. This further brings out the visually compelling art styles found in most current gen titles today.

All three monitors can support resolutions of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels on its panoramic displays, shipped in 27 inches for the CF591 while the CF390 has 23.5 and 27-inch variations.

These monitors are also powered by AMD’s FreeSync Technology Over HDMI, which perfectly complements the latest AMD Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), further optimizing the screen’s refresh rate to reduce input latency, stutter, and lag.” Reports tech times.