Nvidia Game Ready Drivers for Jedi: Fallen Order Available Now

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Nvidia has started pushing out the R441.20 WHQL drivers for GeForce graphics cards that are specially optimized for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order when the game releases on Friday. The drivers are considered “Game Ready”, which means that the devs have put in some optimization and stability work to make the driver function well with the game.

Nvidia claims, “Game Ready drivers provide the best possible gaming experience for all major new releases. Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix is included for the best gameplay on day-1.”

Sometimes, however, new driver installation may slow down performance and cause certain games to break, so if you are worried about any such instances, you may want to wait a few days before installing them.

Besides the optimization for Fallen Order, Nvidia’s new drivers are also tuned to improve performance in Stormland, a VR game. The driver also adds a few more G-Sync compatible displays to the fold, including Acer XV273U, XB273U, and Asus’s VG259Q, bringing the overall list to almost 60 models.

The new driver also brings a host of new fixes, including:

  • Geometry corruption on Maxwell GPUs in Red Dead Redemption 2.
  • Disabling V-Sync disengages G-Sync in Red Dead Redemption 2.
  • Fixing VULKAN_ERROR_DEVICE_LOST error in Surge 2 when using 440.97 driver.
  • Colors become washed out when setting to16-bit color option in Quake 3 Arena.
  • Fixing HDR problems on LG OLED55C9.
  • Performance lag in CS: GO in certain CPU-limited areas.
  • Fixes “Low Streaming Bandwidth” error in Forza Horizon 4 after playing for an extended period.
  • Fixes stutter in Forza Motorsport 7 that occur after racing a few laps.
  • Fixes random stutters in Gears 5.
  • Nvidia has also said to have been working with Rockstar to fix frequent crashes in Grand Theft Auto V.

Download the latest drivers either through GeForce Experience or by visiting here.

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