AMD has recently dropped new Radeon driver updates to further improve its offering against the ardent rival NVIDIA who has taken a step ahead to partner with PlayStation Studios and Insomniac games who have recently released Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered on PC with DLSS and Ray Tracing.
However, AMD has made sure that its Radeon gamers get day-0 driver support for this exciting new title coming to PC, also bringing support to the latest game Thymesia.
Not only this, the new AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition 22.8.1 enables Radeon Boost in Halo Infinite. As you know, Radeon Boost delivers higher performance by dynamically reducing image resolution or varying shading rates for different regions of a frame, increasing FPS and fluidity and bolstering responsiveness with virtually no perceptual impact on image quality.
Gamers looking to elevate their gaming experiences in these titles can now get their hands on Radeon RX 6000 Series graphics cards at leading global etailers/retailers.
They can also take advantage of the AMD Radeon Raise the Game and Radeon Raise the Game Fully Loaded bundles – which have been extended to September 10, 2022. The bundles offer up to an $180 value with copies of up to three popular titles with the purchase of eligible AMD Radeon RX 6000 Series graphics cards or Radeon RX 6000 Series-powered desktops from participating etailers/retailers. For full terms and conditions on the Radeon Raise the Game and Radeon Raise the Game Fully Loaded bundles visit www.amdrewards.com/terms