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GeForce Game Ready Driver Offers Launch Day Support for Naraka: Bladepoint and the Back 4 Blood

NVIDIA’s latest GeForce Game Ready driver delivers launch day support for Naraka: Bladepoint and the Back 4 Blood Open Beta, both of which feature NVIDIA DLSS. This driver also adds support for Psychonauts 2, along with support for seven new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors, and 20 new GeForce Experience Optimal Playable Setting profiles. 

DLSS for Naraka: Bladepoint

After the open beta for this unique fantasy battle royale was one of Steam’s top 10 most played games a few months back, Naraka: Bladepoint will launch officially worldwide on August 12th.

Game Ready Driver for Back 4 Blood Open Beta and Psychonauts 2

On August 12th, all PC gamers can participate in the open beta for Turtle Rock Studios’ highly-anticipated Back 4 Blood which also features NVIDIA DLSS.  This driver provides the best experience in Psychonauts 2, Double Fine Productions’ long-awaited sequel to the cult classic action-platformer from 2005. 

More Game Ready Updates: The addition of GeForce Experience optimal settings for 20 new games, including:

  • Cris Tales
  • Death’s Door
  • Dream Engines: Nomad Cities
  • Escape from Naraka
  • F1 2021
  • Frozenheim
  • Going Medieval
  • Hell Let Loose
  • Minecraft: Chinese Edition with RTX Beta
  • NINJA GAIDEN Σ
  • NINJA GAIDEN Σ2
  • NINJA GAIDEN 3: Razor’s Edge
  • Orcs Must Die 3
  • Pico Park
  • Red Solstice 2: Survivors
  • She Will Punish Them
  • Starbase
  • The Ascent
  • Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
  • Ys IX Monstrum Nox
  • Support for 7 new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors: AOC AG274FG8R4+, AOC AG274QG3R4B+, ASUS VG258QM, ASUS PG32UQ, Lenovo G24-20, MSI G251F and ViewSonic XG320Q.

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