AMD has released the Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.4.3 drivers with support for Mortal Kombat 11.
The new release also resolves drivers with AMD Link. “With AMD Link connected to Radeon Settings, the update notification feature may indicate incorrect installed versions.” The other problems in the previous version remain open instead.
AMD Link is the smartphone application introduced in December that allows you to keep an eye on your system features and gaming performance, manage Radeon ReLive and connect to AMD’s social feeds.
So you can control your system’s real-time performance from your smartphone and tablet, but you can also take screenshots, stream and see instant replays of gameplay. The app is available for iOS and Android devices (supports iOS 10+ and Android 5.0+ versions).
It should be noted that even the new Adrenalin 19.4.3, like the previous build, integrate the optimizations for World War Z, which according to the first tests allow the Radeon boards to excel using the Vulkan API on GeForce competitors.
AMD confirms the very good roadmap for some years now in the publication of the drivers. The company is always timely and sometimes even manages to do better than the competition.
In December of each year, it is now common practice for AMD to introduce new features and to “christen” all driver releases that will follow in the next twelve months with a new name. The last major update came last December with the Adrenalin 2019.