Radeon Graphics and Vulkan API Unlock Ultimate Experience in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint

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Ubisoft has introduced support for Vulkan API in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Breakpoint, enabling Radeon gamers worldwide to take full advantage of the low-overhead, high-performance API in the title.

With Vulkan support, Radeon gamers enjoy eyewatering framerates, crystal clear visuals, and fluid gameplay, offering more performance and value versus the price-matched competition.


The following features have been added to the game:

  • AMD FidelityFX CAS – A hardware-agnostic dynamic sharpening filter that improves details in low-contrast areas for a significant improvement in image clarity, delivering improved image clarity after post-processing softens an image with minimal performance overhead.
  • Asynchronous Compute – GPU multi-threading allowing Radeon GPUs to execute multiple tasks simultaneously, enabling efficient graphics and visual effects workload distribution for faster framerates and higher visual fidelity.
  • AMD Radeon FreeSync Premium Pro – Gamers on any hardware can enjoy breathtaking gaming experiences with AMD’s leading adaptive sync technology, offering stutter- and tear-free gaming with stunning HDR rendering.
AMD Freesync Support
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AMD’s latest cards in their RDNA powered RX 5000 lineup support Freesync premium, so gamers with Radeon GPUs can get the full experience of tear-free gaming.

We recently reviewed the Radeon RX 5500 XT and RX 5600 XT too, so you can check them out if you want to play Breakpoint with the new Vulkan API. You can learn more about AMD’s Freesync and NVIDIA G-Sync here.

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