The holiday gaming season is fast approaching, and we're starting to see a number of major game launches on both PC and console. Today, AMD has launched a new set of Radeon Software Crimson Edition drivers that include support for the latest triple-A titles.

The Radeon Software 16.10.2 drivers pack game optimizations for Battlefield 1, Sid Meier's Civilization VI, and Titanfall 2, along with two virtual reality games: Serious Sam VR Early Access and Eagle Flight VR. There's also a DirectX 11 CrossFire profile for Civilization VI that takes full advantage of multi-GPU systems.

AMD graphics card owners can expect a small handful of bug fixes, including an update to Battlefield 1's CrossFire profile and fixes for Gears of War 4 crashes. However there are still some known issues with graphical corruption in The Division and crashes in FIFA 17.

As always you can download the 16.10.2 drivers through Radeon Settings automatically, or you can grab a manual installer from our driver download section here. Expect to see more frequent driver updates through November as more games hit the PC.