A week ago, AMD lured us to hardware innovations for the coming months, but in the near future we will see several software improvers. The company has released a trailer for the upcoming Adrenalin Edition drivers, which will be released during the first quarter.
The biggest draw will be the Radeon Super Resolution technology. It is a clever image upscaling with the preservation of sharp edges of objects, which will work in all games with DirectX 9+ and Vulkan. RSR is similar to FSR, it works on the same basis, but does not require support from game developers.
AMD promises that RSR will increase the frame rate by up to 70%. He shows this in the example of the game Warframe and the difference between rendering in native 4K resolution and when converting from 1440p to 4K.
The new drivers will also include features AMD Link 5.0. It is a technology that allows you to stream games to other computers or mobile phones and mediate online cooperative multiplayer even where only the local one works (Steam has a similar function under the name Share Play). In the new version of Link, it will be possible to run the coop in four players.
The last draw will be technology AMD Privacy View. In cooperation with the Eyeware company, a screen will be placed on the screens of laptop screens and large monitors, which will cover part of the image so that no one can look over your shoulder. It works on the principle of tracking eye movement, while Privacy View uses classic webcams or 3D cameras integrated in better notebooks. How reliable it will be without specialized eye-tracking sensors, but it is not yet clear.