AMD releases graphics driver for “Lies of P”, RDNA dGPU support only

Published: Sep 16th 2023, 08:44 GMT   Comments

Lies of P getting Radeon optimizations

AMD has released a special driver for the new game. 

The Lies of P, the highly anticipated soulslike video game, is set to launch on September 19. The game is designed to take full advantage of several modern AMD technologies, including FidelityFX Super Resolution 2 (FSR2) and Combined Adaptive Compute Ambient Occlusion (CACAO).

To enhance the gaming experience, AMD has introduced a dedicated graphics driver labeled as version specifically tailored for this title. However, AMD has not provided detailed information regarding the specific enhancements this driver offers compared to the main branch. Additionally, no known issues have been reported for the official 23.9.1 driver when used with this game.

New Game Support

  • Lies of P™

Known Issues

  • Performance Metrics Overlay may report N/A for FPS on various games.
  • Audio may intermittently become out of sync with video when recording from AMD Software: Adrenalin Edition with AV1 codec.

Lies of P developers recommend AMD users to download this driver, although gamers are not encountering any major issues with the existing 23.9.1 driver from the official branch.

The driver passed WHQL tests, but since this is not the driver from the main branch it is not considered WHQL certified. It really looks like AMD missed the deadline to release this driver with its RX 7800/7700XT update that also enabled HYPR-RX support.

GPU support for the driver, Source: AMD Radeon

Officially, the driver offers support exclusively for RDNA discrete GPUs and a selection of undisclosed integrated graphics solutions. Notably, there is no indication of support for Polaris or Vega discrete GPUs with this specific driver. It is important to note that this driver’s limited support should not necessarily be interpreted as AMD dropping support for these architectures from their primary drivers.

You can download the driver from this link.

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