AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.2.1: improvements for Assassin’s Creed: Odissey and support for The Division 2.
Almost on par with NVIDIA, AMD has done the same with its new version of drivers, where, unlike NVIDIA, it has focused on other key aspects to improve. In this new version called AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.2.1 we will find, as we will see below, a large number of fixes and finally support for The Division 2 Beta.
AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.2.1
In this 2019 a series of very important and highly anticipated titles will be launched, so much so that, for example, The Division 2 has support in this driver for its Private Beta.
Something that is not very common to be developed for a single game, but here AMD has been quick to respond to the hype that this game arouses.
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In addition to the support for The Division 2, AMD has launched in these new Adrenalin 2019 19.2.1 compatibility with another title that aims to compete with Fortnite: Apex Legends, a new Battle Royale that they describe as the new evolution of the genre.
As if that were not enough, this new version comes with a significant performance improvement for a specific GPU and game model.
We are talking about Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, which has seen its performance increase by up to 5% under the AMD RX Vega 64, not bad from one driver to another.
AMD has corrected up to eight problems in this version of its Adrenalin 2019, where again and for the third consecutive driver, it is surprising that these corrections are still linked to the driver itself and not to solve known problems with certain games.
In any case, these corrections are the following:
- Battlefield V players will no longer experience stuck character outlines on the screen after being revived.
- Now Radeon Settings will not fail to install while upgrading hybrid graphics software or system settings.
- We will no longer lose the video signal on some screens when running some games or applications with FreeSync enabled.
- Fixed white screen or corruption issue while playing Anthem.
- We will not have the problem of blocking when changing tabs quickly if we carry a very large list of games.
- Fixed an issue where an update notification would suggest installing a version of the older drivers.
- HDMI Underscan will remain after system reboot.
- Radeon ReLive will no longer record or play with inverted colors.
Luckily, the list of known problems is getting smaller and smaller, and this time AMD only numbers up to seven problems that affect its drivers:
- When we have two or more screens connected and one of them is off, there is a mouse delay or a slowdown of the system.
- Game Advisor may not load compatibility information for games when the game library is very large.
- Pixel Format settings may not be saved on system reboot.
- The scene editor may have problems when many elements are added to the scene.
- Custom settings made on the RX Vega via Wattman may not apply on some occasions.
- VR Streaming and Gaming options may not appear when performing a clean install or updating Radeon Software.
As always, you can download this driver version through the following official links:
- AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.2.1 for Windows 10 64-bit
- AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.2.1 for Windows 7 64-bit
As in the case of NVIDIA, we recommend uninstalling it correctly using Display Driver Uninstaller (DDU), following our manual through the following link.