Updated: Has Gaming Evolved features
Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V for PC has finally launched, and AMD has announced that the game is part of its Gaming Evolved program.
Optimizations and Crossfire profile for GTA V
Following the launch of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V for PC, AMD has released its newest Catalyst 15.4 Beta drivers with all the game-specific optimizations as well as Crossfire profiles for that game.
Several customers will showcase solutions
AMD and Sapphire, which is the exclusive global distribution partner for AMD FirePro graphics, will be joining up with several customers in order to demonstrate a range of hardware and software solutions based on AMD FirePro graphics during Hannover Messe Industrial Show (HMI).
Game-ready driver for GTA V
Nvidia has released its latest WHQL-certified Geforce driver, which is also a Game Ready driver for the highly anticipated PC version of Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V game.
New special SLI bridges for multi-GPU systems
EVGA has announced its newest Pro SLI Bridges V2 which will bring several improvements compared to both reference as well as previous generation SLI bridges.
Full unveil comes on April 26th
While it has already been rumored, Activision has now released a teaser trailer confirming Black Ops III as the next Call of Duty title.
Part of AMD Gaming Evolved program
Square Enix has officially released the announcement trailer for the upcoming Deus Ex: Mankind Divided game that will be coming to PC, Playstation 4 and Xbox One as well as be a part of AMD Gaming Evolved program, which means it will have support for DirectX 12 and AMD TressFX 3.0.
f/1.8 lens, LED flash and laser focus
LG has already scheduled its flagship smartphone launch event for April 28th and the latest invite sheds more light on the new camera.
Not coming to North America or Europe
While there have been plenty of rumors as well as detailed specifications of HTC's One M9+ smartphone, HTC has now officially announced it in China and it will not be coming to North America or Europe.
27-inch with IPS panel
While already announced earlier at CES 2015 in January, as a monitor that supports DisplayPort 1.2a with Adaptive-Sync, ASUS' MG279Q has now been confirmed as a part of the AMD FreeSync lineup.