Today, AMD released Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition 18.3.3, a general update pulling in Vulkan 1.1 support for the main driver branch, as well as bringing support for Sea of Thieves (full release today, 3/20/18) and A Way Out (3/23/18). In light of the Final Fantasy XV Windows Edition launch a couple weeks ago, 18.3.3 succeeds the low-key Final Fantasy XV specific 18.3.2 update released last week, as well as superseding the interim Radeon Software 18.2.3 with Vulkan 1.1 Support. Strictly speaking, many of AMD’s products were conformant with Vulkan 1.1 as early as last fall, according to the Khronos Group’s conformant products list, but 18.3.3 brings public support with the latest driver. While Sea of Thieves is getting support for full release, the game has...
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