AMD’s Newly Rolled Out Radeon Software Adrenaline Driver Package Preps Pcs For Sekiro And Generation Zero

AMD’s Newly Rolled Out Radeon Software Adrenaline Driver Package Preps Pcs For Sekiro And Generation Zero

AMD’s Newly Rolled Out Radeon Software Adrenaline Driver Package Preps Pcs For Sekiro And Generation Zero

AMD’s Newly Rolled Out Radeon Software Adrenaline Driver Package Preps Pcs For Sekiro And Generation Zero

AMD’s most recent graphics driver package will be preparing the PCs for Sekiro and Generation Zero.

The new graphics driver also fixes the VR stuttering issue, too.

AMD is now busy rolling out its new Radeon Software. This software is also known as the Adrenaline 2019 Edition graphics driver package.

This version 19.3.3 driver is definitely optimized for upcoming games, especially Generation Zero and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.

The driver also already fixed issues in DOTA 2 VR and Rainbow Six Siege.

For DOTA, it was previously reported that the game experienced some stutters on its HMD when Vulkan API is being used. For Rainbow Six, it was also reported that users experienced intermitted flickering and corruption on some in-game textures.

In the software’s release note, the following driver-related issues have been noted:

  • The cursors of the mouse may move out of boundary or may disappear on AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor displays.
  • Also, the overlay for the performance metrics and gauges for Radeon WattMann may fluctuate on AMD Radeon VII.

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, the latest offering from Dark Souls game developer, will be arriving tomorrow.

Early reviews of the game point the fact that it’s living up the legacy of From Software.

On the other hand, Generation Zero is scheduled for release next week, March 26.

The release notes published by AMD did not mention any specific claims on performance. Instead, it noted that this 19.3.3 driver had been optimized to support these two games fully.

To recap, this 19.3.3 driver package is the second update released by AMD in less than a week. It’s actually the third update released this month.

With such frequent update releases, critics are saying that AMD is somewhat on a frenzied pace on its latest driver releases.

The past driver releases were more centered on The Division 2. As a matter of fact, it brought improvement on the game’s DirectX12 support for Windows 10. It also delivered full optimizations for AMD’s Ryzen mobile processors sporting Vega graphics. These benefits are also carried over with AMD’s latest release.

A caveat was also provided in AMD release notes. It was stated that the recent driver is not intended for products with AMD Radeon running on Apple Boot platforms. Users owning the Apple Boot Camp platform are advised to get in touch with their respective system manufacturer.