While Sea of Thieves is getting support for full release, the game has received AMD driver attention through its various early access periods. As for the third-person action-adventure A Way Out, brought through the indie game incubation program “EA Originals,” the title is built from the ground up for split-screen co-op mode. For AMD cards, EA and Hazelight Studios recommend the Radeon R9 290 and equivalent (1080p60 at High Settings), with Radeon HD 7750 2GB level performance as minimum (720p30 at Low Settings).
And as a quick recap of 18.3.2, the previous patch focused solely on Final Fantasy XV performance, AMD cited a 4% 1080p framerate increase with the Radeon RX Vega 64 and a 7% 1080p framerate increase on the Radeon RX 580 compared to 18.3.1.
Wrapping up this update, 18.3.3 addresses the following bugs:
Forza Motorsport 7 may experience intermittent stutter during gameplay.
Final Fantasy XV may experience flickering or disappearing objects during some gameplay in multi GPU enabled system configurations.
Star Wars Battlefront 2 may experience a system hang on the initial splash screen in multi GPU enabled system configurations.
[Fix introduced in 18.3.2] Final Fantasy XV may experience minor stutter during some particle effects.
Some Radeon ReLive recorded clips may experience corruption or audio distortion when played back
In terms of new documented issues, only one new bug with Destiny 2 was added:
Destiny 2 may experience long load times when the application has been open for extended periods of time
Destiny 2 may experience an application hang in the mission “Heist” on some Radeon GCN 1.0 products.
Resizing Radeon Settings may cause the window to intermittently stutter.
A random system hang may be experienced after extended periods of use on system configurations using 12 GPUs for compute workloads.
Radeon Overlay may intermittently fail to enable when toggled in some games.
FFmpeg application may experience corrupted output for H264 video streams.