NVIDIA releases Windows 11-compatible DLSS GeForce Game Ready driver
Highlighting its readiness for Red Dead Redemption 2 and Chernobylite, NVIDIA has released its first Windows 11-compatible GeForce driver. The release sees NVIDIA Following in the footsteps of Intel which released its first Windows 11 driver very recently.
The latest driver from NVIDIA -- the GeForce Game Ready 471.41 WHQL driver -- also adds support for two new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors and 13 new GeForce Experience Optimal Playable Setting profiles.
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The 13 newly supported titles are Curse of the Dead Gods, Elite Dangerous: Odyssey, Endzone -- A World Apart, Into the Radius VR, LEGO Builder's Journey, Muck, NARAKA: BLADEPOINT, NieR Replicant ver.1.22474487139..., Nigate Tale, Slime Rancher, Solasta: Crown of the Magister, The Last Spell, and Wildermyth. The two newly supported displays are both from Samsung -- the 28-inch LS28AG700N and the 27-inch LC27G50A.
Announcing the availability of the driver, NVIDIA says:
Our latest GeForce Game Ready driver gives players the best experience possible in the latest RTX-enhanced games, such as Red Dead Redemption 2, which just added NVIDIA DLSS, and the NVIDIA DLSS-enhanced Chernobylite, which exits Early Access on July 28.
The company also shared in-game footage of Red Dead Redemption 2 to show off DLSS enhancements:
The driver can be downloaded via the Drivers tab of GeForce Experience, or from here.