Ahead of arriving later this week, God of War’s PC debut will get a few more visual enhancements with a new GeForce Game Ready driver. Landing on January 14 – the same day as God of War’s PC launch – the pilots will add exclusive PC features to the game if a GeForce RTX GPU is used.
Nvidia DLSS accelerating performance and Nvidia Reflex optimizing latency software are part of the package, which will further optimize the game.
In addition, the new drivers will also add more graphics improvements for Rainbow Six Extraction, Hitman III, The Anacrusis, GRIT and Monster Hunter Rise, introduce DLDSR (Deep Learning Dynamic Super Resolution), add an update to the Nvidia control panel and will enhance Super Resolution Dynamic Resolution Features with AI to deliver better picture quality and faster performance.
Finally, there will be three new Nvidia Freestyle filters that enhance gaming with Screen Space Ray-Traced Global Illumination, Screen Space Ambient Occlusion and Dynamic Depth of Field, and support for the new G-SYNC compatible gaming monitors and screens are being added. God of War developer Sony Santa Monica also confirmed this preload will be available for the game later today.
In case you missed it, Nvidia’s appearance at CES 2022 saw it unveil the RTX 3090 Ti, a GPU that packs 40 performance TFLOPs and 24GB of GDDR6X RAM inside its bezel. For more on the absolute unity of a GPU from Nvidia and other tech announcements, you can check out our CES 2022 hub of the biggest titles from the annual show.
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