This new GeForce Game Ready Driver is specially tailored for NARAKA: BLADEPOINT and Warhammer: Vermintide 2, bringing a slew of enhancements, including DLSS 3 upgrades. But that’s not all – Counter-Strike 2 players will revel in the NVIDIA Reflex feature, and the RTX Video Super Resolution will get a significant update. Let’s dive in.
NARAKA: BLADEPOINT – DLSS 3 For fans of NARAKA: BLADEPOINT, a game consistently ranking in the top 10 most played games on Steam, the latest GeForce Game Ready Driver is a godsend. On October 19th, 24 Entertainment will launch DLSS Frame Generation, providing an exponential boost to performance for GeForce RTX 40 Series users. Having previously introduced DLSS Super Resolution and NVIDIA Reflex support, this upgrade to DLSS 3 is a welcome addition.
This week, several new DLSS-supported games are hitting the scene, ensuring you have more options to experience more frames. Here’s a few titles that have joined the DLSS family:
- Land Of The Vikings: This game exits Early Access and features DLSS 2.
- Slender: The Arrival: In celebration of its 10th anniversary, this game receives an update on October 18th with DLSS 3, boosting performance by more than 2 times on average at 4K.
- AirportSim: Launching on October 19th with DLSS 2.
- HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED 2 – Turbocharged: Also launching on October 19th with DLSS 2.
- Warhammer: Vermintide 2: Adding support for DLSS 3 and Reflex on October 19th.
RTX Video Super Resolution: NVIDIA’s RTX Video Super Resolution, introduced earlier this year at CES, uses AI to enhance the quality of online videos. It’s all about delivering a sharper, more detailed viewing experience by eliminating compression artifacts. The recent v1.5 update takes things a step further by improving the quality, steering clear of excessive smoothing, and offering an enhanced level of detail. But the best part? It now supports GeForce RTX 20 Series GPUs, meaning more gamers can enjoy this.
NVIDIA Reflex: Counter-Strike 2 has hit the gaming scene with a bang, and for competitive GeForce gamers using GTX 900 Series GPUs or newer, NVIDIA Reflex is a must. Enabling Reflex can reduce system latency by up to 35%, a game-changer in fast-paced FPS titles. Over 90% of Counter-Strike 2 GeForce gamers have embraced NVIDIA Reflex. With lower system latency, you’ll be able to aim faster, react quicker, and enhance your precision.
More Game Ready Goodies and Upgrades: Over 1000 titles are supported by GeForce Experience’s one-click optimal settings. The new Game Ready Driver further expands your gaming library by adding support for 14 new games. From Counter-Strike 2 to Total War: PHARAOH, these new additions ensure that you’re always ready to dive into the latest gaming adventures with peak performance.[Press Release]