AMD might be turning up fashionably late to the party, but it too has released a new game-ready driver for Grand Theft Auto 5. In typical AMD form it’s a beta release, but the AMD Catalyst 15.4 Beta driver should come with all sorts of tweaks and optimisations under the hood to ensure optimum performance on AMD hardware, fingers crossed.

The latest driver AMD promises will provide “peak driver performance optimisation”, and comes packing new Crossfire profiles, not just for GTA 5, but also Dying Light, Mortal Kombat X (also out today), Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes, and Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition.

This is joined by updated profiles for Battlefield Hardline, Far Cry 4, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, and Sniper Elite 3. Both of the Battlefield titles should have had their memory leaks sorted out, while Far Cry 4 should see a reduction in stuttering and screen-tearing.

You can grab the AMD Catalyst 15.4 Beta Driver for yourself here, but you’re going to need to drag yourself out of GTA 5 for a few minutes to get it installed, unfortunately. Let us know below if you notice any significant performance differences before and after installing this driver.