Many of us gamers should have known by now that the highly anticipated Overwatch 2 was recently launched, and NVIDIA has also announced its new Game Ready driver is ready to deliver the best performance to GeForce gamers in Overwatch 2.

With just a simple click of a button, gamers can increase up to a whopping 60% improvement in system latency with NVIDIA Reflex, meaning they can enjoy faster target acquisition, quicker reaction times, and the best aim precision in Overwatch 2.

Another fun fact is that Blizzard has increased the frame rate cap in Overwatch 2 to 600 FPS due to the new GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards being too strong and capable to exceed 360 FPS at 2560×1440.

You can check the image below to see the difference in the system latency between NVIDIA Reflex Off and On + Boost:

NVIDIA Reflex latency improvements on Overwatch 2 1

And the following image shows the performance of the RTX 30 and 40 series graphics cards on 1440p setting, with the latest RTX 4090 getting an insane 507 FPS at only 8ms system latency.

NVIDIA Reflex latency improvements on Overwatch 2 2

That’s not all for today, NVIDIA has also added 16 new games with Optimal Playable Settings as well as 4 new G-SYNC compatible gaming displays as the following:

4 New G-SYNC Compatible Gaming Displays

  • HP HyperX Armada 27
  • HP HyperX Armada 25
  • Sony IZONE M9
  • Sony IZONE M3

16 New Games with Optimal Playable Settings

  • Call of the Wild: The Angler
  • Destroy All Humans! 2 – Reprobed
  • F1 Manager 2022
  • Farthest Frontier
  • Inside the Backrooms
  • Isonzo
  • Lego Brawls
  • Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered
  • Metal: Hellsinger
  • MultiVersus
  • Rumbleverse
  • Saints Row (2022)
  • Scathe
  • Steelrising
  • Two Point Campus
  • Way of the Hunter

In case you want to know more about the NVIDIA Reflex, head over to the link below:

https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/technologies/reflex/

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