AMD has also released a new Radeon graphics card driver today for those receiving an Oculus Rift. Those who have unboxed their headset already should download the Radeon Software Crimson Edition driver version 16.3.2, which includes support for the Oculus SDK 1.3.

This driver also includes support for the Radeon Pro Duo, which is set to launch in the coming weeks with two Fiji GPUs on the one board. The Pro Duo is specifically designed for virtual reality workloads, both on the creation and consumption sides, so it's no surprise that support for this card coincides with the launch of the Oculus Rift.

Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.3.2 includes several updated Crossfire profiles, including one for Hitman in DirectX 11, and one for Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. Interestingly, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture hasn't been announced for PC yet, with the game only coming out on PlayStation 4 last year, so perhaps AMD has spoiled an announcement with their driver release notes.

As usual you can let Radeon Settings perform an automatic driver update for you, or alternatively you can grab a manual installer from our driver download page here.