We've had a couple of big game releases recently and a couple more heading our way in the next few days, which means it is time for another GPU driver update. This week, the latest GeForce Game Ready driver has dropped, delivering optimisations and support for Valorant, which is leaving beta soon, as well as Minecraft Dungeons, Disintegration and Crucible.
Valorant as you all likely know is Riot's competitive shooter. It has been huge, with millions taking part in the beta over the last couple of months and millions more watching streams of the game. The latest driver ensures Nvidia GeForce GPU users will have smooth performance on day-one of the official launch.
Minecraft Dungeons is a new spin-off from Mojang, condensing the world of Minecraft into a dungeon crawling, Diablo-like format. Meanwhile, Disintegration is a new Sci-Fi strategy/shooter crossover from the co-creator of Halo. Crucible is another recent release, coming from Amazon Game Studios and combining competitive shooting with MOBA mechanics.
Games aren't the only big part of this update though. The new driver also supports the Windows 10 May 2020 update, as well as the DirectX 12 Ultimate API, which will be used for next-gen ray-traced games.
You can find more information and download the driver from Nvidia, HERE or via the GeForce Experience application on your PC.
KitGuru Says: I'll be hopping back into Valorant at launch to see how things have come along since the first few weeks of beta. Are any of you planning on picking up one of the new games coming out in the next week?