No Man's Sky is finally out on PC, but its launch has been a little unsteady. Widespread reports of technical issues plague the ambitious title. Radeon owners having issues with the game might find some relief in the latest Radeon Software Crimson Edition release, numbered 16.8.2. Both Hello Game's new title and Epic's Paragon are listed as officially supported in the new release, although the release notes don't describe exactly what that support entails.
Hopefully these drivers will fix things up for the red-team gamers who can't even launch No Man's Sky. As for Radeon owners not interested in either of those games, there are some other fixes. Overwatch shouldn't crash while browsing the hero gallery anymore, and Freesync displays should stop flickering on the desktop. These drivers should also install correctly on Windows 10 Anniversary edition even if you have Secure Boot enabled. Grab the new drivers from AMD's download page.
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