NVIDIA has launched the highly anticipated GeForce Game Ready driver (version 531.79), providing day-one optimization for the open-world first-person shooter game Redfall, developed by Arkane Austin. The new driver brings enhanced gaming experiences to GeForce GPU owners, with added support for DLSS 2 and DLSS 3 technologies, as well as Reflex.
Redfall: High-Performance Gameplay and Ray Tracing
GeForce RTX users can expect exceptional performance in Redfall, with the benchmark showcasing an average of 188.6 frames per second at 4K resolution and max settings when using an RTX 4090 graphics card. Even other GPUs in the RTX 40 Series demonstrate smooth gameplay, with the RTX 4080 averaging around 150 frames per second. Additionally, NVIDIA plans to introduce ray tracing effects through a post-launch update, further enhancing the game’s visual fidelity.
Optimization for Upcoming Titles
The GeForce Game Ready driver 531.79 is not only tailored for Redfall but also optimized for other highly anticipated titles. Diablo IV’s Server Slam weekend will benefit from DLSS 2, with DLSS 3 expected to be available at the game’s launch. Showgunners, a tactical strategy game, now supports DLSS 2, while Daydream: Forgotten Sorrow, a puzzle/platform game launching later this month, will incorporate ray-traced reflections, ambient occlusion, shadows, and DLSS 2. Furthermore, the System Shock remake, set to release on May 30th, will also feature DLSS 2 for improved performance and visual quality.
Driver Fixes and Known Issues
The GeForce Game Ready driver 531.79 addresses several bugs, including an application crash observed in Battlefield 2042, The Last of Us, and Unreal Editor. It also resolves the issue of missing highest monitor refresh rate after updating the driver. However, users should be aware that toggling HDR on and off in-game may still cause stability issues when a non-native resolution is used. Additionally, the driver fixes monitor flickering upon waking from display sleep when DSR/DLDSR is enabled and resolves crashes caused by applying GeForce Experience Freestyle filters.
NVIDIA continues to deliver optimized gaming experiences with their latest driver update, ensuring smooth gameplay, enhanced visuals, and improved performance for both Redfall and upcoming titles. GeForce GPU owners can download the driver from NVIDIA’s official website or through GeForce Experience.
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