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AMD Partners With Three Developers for Upcoming Games

Category: Gaming
Posted: 06:27PM

Partnerships between hardware manufacturers and video game developers are hardly new things, but it can still be nice to keep track of them, especially if the result is a better optimized game. At E3, AMD announced partnerships with three developers for their upcoming games. From Ubisoft, The Division 2 developers will be getting help from AMD and while no specifics have been given, the expectation is these benefits may be similar to those found in Far Cry 5, another Ubisoft title AMD partnered with them on.

From Rebellion, Strange Brigade is getting the partnership treatment, which is something other Rebellion games have enjoyed. Finally, the Resident Evil 2 remaster, which will be built in the Resident Evil 7 engine will enjoy an AMD partnership to bring about DirectX 12 support, performance optimizations, and support for FreeSync 2, including HDR support. This engine is also being used for Devil May Cry 5, which was announced at Microsoft's E3 2018 press conference.

There is some speculation part of the background to these partnerships is that the successors for both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are coming, with both Microsoft and Sony continuing to use AMD hardware.

Source: Overclock3D

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