Recently, the AMD Radeon Adrenalin 20.5.1 just got released by the Red Team, and other release notes. \n \nLike NVIDIA's Game Ready Driver 446.14, the recent AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020 Edition now has support for the Windows 10 May 2020 update. \n \nFurthermore, AMD’s new drivers also support the latest AMD Link Xinput Emulation driver (AMDXE), whose primary purpose is to increase compatibility with present and future games. \n \nThe new updated driver comes with some fixes for several games like Red Dead Redemption 2, GTA V, Overwatch, Destiny 2, Star Wars: The Fallen Order, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, League of Legends, Control, Sniper Elite 4 and League of Legends \n \n \n \nAlso, listed below are the official release notes: \n \nAMD Radeon Adrenalin Official Release Notes for 20.5.1 \n \nSupport For \n• Windows® May 2020 Update \n• AMD Link \no Brand new AMD Link Xinput Emulation driver (AMDXE) will improve compatibility with current and future games. This gets installed the first time game streaming starts with AMD Link and will appear as a new Xbox 360 controller in Device Manager. \n \nFixed Issues \n• Radeon Software may experience a crash or hang on Hybrid Graphics system configurations. \n• On a limited number of displays, launching a game may lead to an intermittent black screen that requires a system reboot to resolve. \n• Fixed an issue where AMD Link may experience random or intermittent disconnects. \n• When performing a task switch, Destiny™ two may experience an application hang or black screen. \n• Overwatch™ may experience an intermittent crash or black screen when joining a match. \n• Incorrect memory clocks may be reported in performance metrics overlay on Radeon RX 5700 series graphics products. \n• Some Hybrid Graphics system configurations with Radeon RX 5500 series graphics products may experience a blue screen on driver installation. \n• High memory usage may be experienced when Instant Replay and Desktop Recording are enabled on a system, and a display on the system has timed out or gone to sleep. \n• A TDR or black screen may occur when running the Vulkan test from Geekbench™5. \n• Hitching may be observed in League of Legends™ on some system configurations after performing a task switch. \n• Sniper Elite™ four may minimize when invoking Radeon Software's overlay. \n• The standard profile in Radeon Software may become applied when the gaming profile is clicked on numerous times in quick succession. \n• Lighting corruption may be seen when moving your mouse in Grand Theft Auto™5 with Radeon Boost enabled. \n• Texture corruption may be seen in the bottom right corner of the screen when moving your mouse in Shadow of the Tomb Raider™ with Radeon Boost enabled. \n• Red Dead Redemption™ two may fail to launch in some Hybrid Graphics system configurations. \n• Memory Tuning may fail to apply on AMD Radeon VII graphics products. \n• “Unable to get requirements” error message may sometimes be displayed in the Upgrade Advisor tab. \n• GPU metrics may sometimes fail to load in the performance tab of Radeon Software. \n• Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order™ and Control™ may experience application hangs when launched with Radeon Anti-Lag enabled. \n \nThe AMD Radeon Adrenalin 20.5.1 Driver is available for download on AMD's official website.