During its E3 conference, AMD revealed its collaboration with Ubisoft to provide Radeon gamers with DirectX 12 technology in Tom Clancy's The Division 2. The tech is set to offer fast, optimized performance, higher frame rates per second and reduced latency. Ubisoft seems to have taken a new direction, considering, the first game, The Division, was optimized for Nvidia cards. AMD has previously worked with Ubisoft on Far Cry 5, so that might explain their continued partnership.
Aside from Ubisoft, AMD has also partnered with other game companies, such as Capcom for the highly anticipated Resident Evil 2 remake, and Rebellion Developments for Strange Brigade. AMD has also previously worked with Rebellion Developments for the optimization of Sniper Elite 4.
The Division 2 is due for a release next year, on March 9, 2019.