New Radeon ReLive Driver Is Ready For ‘Star Wars: Battlefront II’

AMD released a new version of its Radeon Software Crimson ReLive driver.

The new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.11.2 offers support for the recently released EA title, Star Wars: Battlefront II. (Yes, Star Wars: Battelfront II, and all of the miscellaneous controversy therein.) The driver also comes with a plethora of bug fixes that include recording issues with Radeon ReLive, crashes from disabling or enabling Crossfire on select HD7000 graphics products, Radeon WattMan interface and setting application issues, and problems resuming from display off and sleep modes with secondary extended displays.

You can download the new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.11.2 at AMD’s website.

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  • mcmahoon12
    I am glad that EA has the negative light shinning on them. Their so obvious nefarious profit practices need to investigated in the public eye. After all, you can only use the "blame the consumer through relying on market research" excuse so much. I used to love EA back in the Madden 64 days.
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  • Malicex64
    Seriously agree. EA needs to be hit hard in the pocketbook for this one. I for one am hoping that they lose the licensing rights to the Star Wars franchise after Disney publicly scolds them for not representing the Star Wars family's values.
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  • poochiepiano
    Anonymous said:
    not representing the Star Wars family's values.


    But making lots of money is the most Disney value of all...
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