If you're a fan of rooftop-crossing parkour shenanigans and you've got a Radeon graphics card, you'll want to grab the new Radeon Software 16.6.1 update. The release adds official support for EA's new Mirror's Edge Catalyst title, as well as Epic's in-house MOBA-shooter hybrid Paragon. AMD doesn't clarify exactly what that support entails, but we expect generally improved performance and greater stability in supported titles.
This update also adds a Crossfire profile for Dark Souls III, along with the usual assortment of bug fixes. AMD fixed an issue with display corruption during video playback inside a web browser, and Fallout 4's texture flickering woes in Crossfire configurations have finally been resolved. The drivers are available now from AMD's download page.
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