Just as new AAA game titles trigger driver update releases from Nvidia, the same thing happens with the folks over at AMD. Today's bit of driver news is the red team's latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.1 driver release. The new driver's main feature is support for the latest titles in the Call of Duty universe, Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare Remastered.
The driver also includes a new Crossfire profile for Titanfall 2, as well as a collection of bugfixes for AMD's XConnect external graphics card technology. The release also includes fixes for flickering in Battlefield 1 when Crossfire is enabled, Radeon R9 390 crashes in the Unigine Heaven benchmarking tool, crashes in The Division, error messages in the Radeon Wattman tweaking utility, and stuttering during OBS screen capture sessions. Owners of AMD graphics chips can read the full release notes, or skip all those words and just download the software here.
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