Nvidia Releases RTX Game Drivers – Optimizes New RTX GPUs For Forza Horizon 4, FIFA 19 & AC:Odyssey

The Drivers Are Finally Here! Ray-Tracing Galore

Phew, we’re finally here. Nvidia has finally announced their new series of GPUs based on the Turing architecture. These new GPUs are focused on bringing excellent Ray-Tracing capabilities for the masses.

With Battlefield V being delayed from its original launch date, it seems like the folks at Nvidia have released their first drivers optimized for FIFA 19, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and Forza Horizon 4 for now.

For now, FIFA 19 and Forza Horizon 4 are the only two games that have their demos live before their final launch available on their respective platforms with their demos. However, with these drives, you could bet that you should get a pretty good experience for how Nvidia has optimized the drivers for their RTX series of cards with these drivers.

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All of these improvements and optimizations are coming to 411.63 WHQL drivers and are now available on Nvidia’s website if you do have an RTX 2080 or RTX 2080 Ti.

Given how active Nvidia is at releasing drivers for launching titles, Nvidia should be ready to release a few more drivers as Call Of Duty:Black Ops 4 and Battlefield V hit the scene later next month. If you now own an RTX 2080 or RTX 2080 Ti, hold on for a little longer as Battlefield V is slated to be the ultimate redemption of these new RTX GPUs and would be responsible for showcasing how well these new GPUs handle Ray-Tracing.

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