As you remember, AMD already has a standing partnership with Bethesda, so we will hopefully see a similar deal for the upcoming Fallout 76 game, at least when it gets to a certain level of development.
When it comes to the other partnerships at the E3 2018 show, AMD has teamed up with Ubisoft for Tom Clancy's The Division 2, which will most likely have support for DirectX 12 and hopefully some other Radeon technologies.
Ubisoft had a lot to show for Tom Clancy's The Division 2 at E3 2018 show including a lengthy gameplay trailer. Ubisoft's Tom Clancy's The Division 2 is scheduled to launch on March 15th, 2019.
In addition to Ubisoft, AMD is also teaming up with Rebellion for the upcoming Strange Brigade game, launching on August 28th, this year. At its dedicated panel, Rebellion and AMD showcased a demo running on Threadripper CPU and Radeon RX Vega graphics card, so we can expect a significant level of optimization.
The last partnership announced at the E3 2018 show includes Capcom, and its upcoming Resident Evil 2 remaster, which will use the RE Engine, the same one used on Resident Evil 7. It will also run on DirectX 12 and might also include support for some other AMD technologies.
It is good to see that both Nvidia and AMD are teaming up with developers as it will lead to better-optimized games and hopefully, we will see a bundle or two in near future as those were absent for quite some time.
You can check out the full E3 panel below.