NVIDIA has announced that its system latency analyzer NVIDIA Reflex is officially enabled in Apex Legends to maximize player response through hardware optimization. The latest Game Ready Driver is already prepared for the implementation, you just need to update the game to see the options start popping up and enabled for access.

With Apex Legends getting the feature now, announced titles that still pending for the implementation are Cuisine Royale, Destiny 2, Enlisted, Kovaak 2.0, and Mordhau.

Update your drivers if you haven’t already, either manually or through GeForce Experience.

Watch Dog Legions Requirements by NVIDIA

Meanwhile, the official requirements list for Watch Dogs: Legion has been released by NVIDIA. From the looks of it, even with RTX off, the minimum requirement for 1080p still requires a mid-tier CPU and high-tier CPU from 5 years ago. Well, at least I’ll still be able to play it at the low setting though but this is definitely bad news for budget rig users who relies on integrated graphics, and those who still game on CPUs and graphics cards that are older than what’s mentioned in the hardware requirement nevertheless.

To enjoy all the fancy looking scenes with RTX on, you will have to equip yourself with a GeForce RTX graphics cards, which is a must-have in order to gain access to the feature. The GeForce RTX 2060 is the minimum requirement for you to game on 1080p with high settings (medium ray tracing and DLSS enabled), but the jump to 1440p immediately requires the newly announced GeForce RTX 3070 and the GeForce RTX 3080 for ultra settings on 4K.

Though this only serves as a reference if you want to game on the mentioned settings and I believe you can still game with the existing RTX 20 series cards but with lower graphics settings and ray tracing quality as compared to what you’ll get on the new RTX 30 series cards.

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