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NVIDIA Releases New GeForce Game Ready Driver with DLSS 3 Upgrades for NARAKA: BLADEPOINT and Warhammer: Vermintide 2

By Ira James Oct18,2023 #News

NVIDIA rolled out its latest GeForce Game Ready Driver, bringing DLSS 3 upgrades to popular titles NARAKA: BLADEPOINT and Warhammer: Vermintide 2. This update adds to the growing list of DLSS-supported games, which now includes six new entries. Additionally, the driver enhances RTX Video Super Resolution and shows that a significant majority of GeForce gamers playing Counter-Strike 2 have enabled NVIDIA Reflex.

NARAKA: BLADEPOINT Gets a Performance Boost

NARAKA: BLADEPOINT, consistently one of the top 10 most-played games on Steam, will receive DLSS Frame Generation starting October 19. This update allows GeForce RTX 40 Series players to experience enhanced performance, building on the game’s existing support for DLSS Super Resolution and NVIDIA Reflex.

More Games with DLSS Support

This week also sees the addition of several other games with DLSS support:

  • Land Of The Vikings – Features DLSS 2 as it exits Early Access.
  • Slender: The Arrival – Celebrates its 10-year anniversary with a DLSS 3 update on October 18.
  • AirportSim – Launches on October 19 with DLSS 2.
  • HOT WHEELS UNLEASHED 2 – Turbocharged – Also launches on October 19 with DLSS 2.
  • Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Adds DLSS 3 and Reflex support on October 19.

RTX Video Super Resolution v1.5 Update

The v1.5 update for RTX Video Super Resolution enhances video quality and now supports GeForce RTX 20 Series GPUs. The update aims to remove compression artifacts and sharpen edges, improving the overall visual experience.

NVIDIA Reflex in Counter-Strike 2

Counter-Strike 2 players with GeForce GTX 900 Series or newer GPUs can reduce system latency by up to 35% by enabling NVIDIA Reflex. A whopping 90% of GeForce gamers playing the game have activated this feature, which improves target acquisition and reaction times.

Additional Game Support

The new Game Ready Driver also adds support for 14 new games, including Counter-Strike 2, EA SPORTS FC 24, and Forza Motorsport, among others. These drivers are developed in close collaboration with game developers and undergo extensive testing to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

For more information, you can visit the official NVIDIA articles and watch the Counter-Strike 2 video showcasing NVIDIA Reflex Low Latency Mode.

By Ira James

Computer nerd who has been writing tech reviews since 2016. Contributor for the tech pages of Manila Times, Chief Editor of GGWPTECH. Loves hardware, anime, and Star Citizen.

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