PC Gamer Cover Mounts Free Screwdriver Set With July Issue

PC Gamer, the UK's best-selling PC games magazine, is covermounting a set of six high-quality precision screwdrivers with its July issue, on sale early next month.

The set of four flat-head and two Phillips-head screwdrivers are specially designed for use on delicate PC hardware – perfect for advanced operations on computer motherboards, as well as simpler tasks like opening up your PC's case and installing graphics cards.The July issue of PC Gamer also boasts two massive exclusive reviews: Half Life 2: Episode 1, the first instalment in Valve's revolutionary episodic tale; and Rise & Fall, a stunning real-time strategy game set across ancient history. Elsewhere, the PC Gamer team delivers news of the most exciting freshly-revealed PC games from the mammoth annual games expo, E3, as well as an incredibly detailed exploration of the secrets hidden within this year's smash RPG Oblivion.

Each month, PC Gamer comes with a double-sided DVD packed with delicious gaming morsels. The July issue's disc features a seven-day free trial of Dungeons & Dragons Online; an array of top-notch playable demos including Titan Quest, Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter, Pacific Storm and Rush for Berlin; E3 movie footage of no fewer than 42 thrilling new games, and an essential collection of mods, tools, utilities, drivers and patches.

Mark Donald, Editor of PC Gamer, said:
"We know our readers are passionate about games and the hardware needed to play them on. With this high quality covermount, they can embark on any upgrade or maintenance task with confidence. "This time of year is always exciting for gamers, but the flood of news coming from E3 can often be overwhelming. At PC Gamer we highlight the genuinely interesting and exciting stories to bring our readers only the best, most relevant games and features. With exclusive reviews, our feature packed DVD-ROM and the precision screwdriver set, PC Gamer remains committed to the true PC gaming hardcore."

The July issue of PC Gamer is on sale on Thursday 8th June priced £5.99.

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