Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Pandora's Box, Apr 2, 2015.
AMDMatt - Will this game have Crossfire support when it's released?
He already replied to this question here:
oh ok, awesome. :banana:
No confirmation, just that "it might have crossfire support on release" I doubt it, or if it does it won't work properly. GTA V is closely worked with NVIDIA.
Well there is a GTA V crossfire profile in catalyst already!
There is a profile in Catalyst for GTA V, since 13.11 beta.
No more FUD, thanks. We have enough problems as it is.
Engine Overall seems to benefit of multiGPU-setups, as most press-preview-versions ran on GTX 980 SLI-setups at 4k very well. So even, if there should be problems with CFX-setups at launch, there is a good chance of the game running well in long-term.
I can't be positive sorry
Asked him that very same question yesterday:
We will have the best available CrossFire optimisations in our latest catalyst releases for launching game titles.
All that means is 'the crossfire profiles that are available are the crossfire profiles that are available'
One more specific question:
You don´t have to promise some release date, i don´t care, if it´s some days after release, but is there some kind of special driver release planned around the release of gta 5, or do you point at the 15.3 beta driver?
how uninformative, thanks matt...
I´ll enjoy the best available sunshine released this afternoon in the meantime....
I guess he can't say the profile will work fine or even if it will work at all...
...Maybe this is the "best" answer he has for this question.
I see what you did there.
I certainly hope GTA V comes with proper Crossfire/4K support. I'd love to see how my system handles it!
This might come out and bite me, but I really believe that they're gonna handle GTA V just fine.
It's the Witcher with its NVIDIA stuff and the DX11 engine with the awesome CPU optimization from AMD that makes me a sad panda.
Im more inclined to trust CD Projekt Red will get it right than Rockstar.
Judging by the time Rockstar took for the PC port, and the CDPR/NVIDIA partnership, I believe the exact opposite.