NVIDIA’s latest GeForce Game Ready Driver was just released a couple of days ago and carries optimizations and improvements to some of the most legendary and classic titles of all time.
First on the list is probably one of the RTX games that everyone has waited for. Introducing Portal with RTX. Words can’t really spread the goodness of this ray-traced classic so just watch our review and experience with us instead.
The next entry is the next-gen update for The Witcher 3 that will be delivered to players across the world on December 14 for free which adds extensive graphic options to take full advantage of the computing power since the original release in 2015. There are also gameplay changes and new quest content to keep you playing for several hours by diving deep into the immersive world of The Continent.
Notable additions to the visual engine include:
- RTX Global Illumination (RTXGI) for more immersive and realistic outdoor ray-traced lighting
- Ray-traced ambient occlusion enhances shading around objects occluding light
- Ray-traced shadows with improved fidelity, clarity, and visibility of shadows
- Ray-traced reflections for the most realistic quality and accuracy on water bodies and reflective surface
- New Ultra+ graphic profile further unlimits the draw distances, foliage density, background character detail, asset quality, and more
- Higher texture resolutions and better geometric details in environments
Oh, don’t forget that the NVIDIA DLSS 3 for GeForce RTX 40 series owners and NVIDIA Reflex are available as well.
On the other side of the news, Jurassic World Evolution 2: Dominion Malta Expansion is already live with the paid DLC being free for existing players on top of new additions to some core mechanics such as allowing smaller species to attack and eat, 5 new campaign levels to play as challenge maps, multiple new skins and patterns, and general QOL enhancements.
Head over to the download page to grab your copy of the GeForce Game Ready Driver version 527.56 or do it directly via GeForce Experience.