Nvidia has prepared a Valentine's Day gift for game lovers all over, with the release of its Game Ready driver optimized for Halo Wars 2, For Honor and Sniper Elite 4.
The 378.66 WHQL certified version of the GeForce driver brings optimizations to the three aforementioned games, as well as support for Nvidia's Ansel technology (which allows you to take in-game shots in HDR, compose them into a 360 degree image and share it to your PC, phone or VR headset) on Paragon, Ubisoft's free-to-play MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena).
Beyond these, there are also bug fixes for:
- (Surround): Surround cannot be enabled on the XGPU.
- (G-Sync): With G-Sync and V-Sync both enabled, there is a long delay when switching a game from full-screen mode to windowed mode.
- (Second Life 64-bit): World view is tinted blue after disabling Advanced Lighting Model.
- (The Division): Shadows flicker after enabling PCSS.
- (Battlefield 1, Kepler GPUs): There is flickering in the game when using TAA.
- (SLI, Surround, GeForce GTX 1080): The system crashes when launching games in SLI Surround using HDMI 2.0 connections.
- (Heroes of Storm, GeForce GTX 1080): The game crashes when launched.
- (Notebook, GeForce 860M): Direct X games crash.
- (Minecraft): Java SE Binary crashes pointing to nvinitx.dll.
- (GeForce GTX 980 Ti): The driver is unable to detect multiple TV models.
You can download the appropriate driver version via the links below, or check the GeForce Experience app in Windows to update.