Announced at E3, AMD has officially partnered with Ubisoft for the latest Tom Clancy title: The Division 2. Their partnership aims to provide gamers with fast, optimized performance, with higher FPS and reduced latency with the use of DirectX 12.
AMD has also partnered with Ubisoft in the past with titles such as Far Cry 5. This previous partnership delivered to gamers exceptional graphical fidelity and higher frame rates due to the optimization of such features like Rapid Packed Math and Shader Intrinsics found on Vega GPUs.
Aside from desktops, AMD also showed off partner systems such as the Acer Predator Helios 500 to demonstrate their increasing range of AMD systems not just on desktop but in the notebook space as well.
To provide better gaming experience to its users, AMD now has a ton of technology under their belt. This include the new second generation Ryzen processors, which are touted as one of the most ideal processors in the market for both gamers and content creators. Aside from their processors, the brand also carries Radeon FreeSync to deliver stutter-free gaming experience to its users.
AMD is also working with eSports teams like Fnatic to give them the edge over the competition by providing the team with a much needed hardware boost so the players can focus on the game instead of the stability of their system.
Ubisoft’s Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 is expected to hit the shelves on March 2019.