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AMD's latest GPU driver is optimized for Devil May Cry 5, fixes a mouse lag issue

Paul Lilly

Devil May Cry 5 is one of the best brawlers on PC and is set to release on this Friday, March 8. Leading up to the launch, AMD has released a new Radeon Software Adrenalin 2019 Edition driver (19. 3. 1) that aims to get the most performance possible when playing the game, assuming you own a Radeon graphics card. According to AMD, Radeon RX Vega 64 owners can expect on average up to a 4 percent performance bump in Devil May Cry 5, compared to the 19.

2. 2 driver release. We have not tested this claim ourselves, nor has AMD provided any other performance expectations. Aside from being optimized for the upcoming brawler, the latest driver addresses a handful of issues, including one related to mouse lag on multi-monitor setups. From the release notes:

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