The Cyberpunk 2077 experience can already be better on GeForce cards

Nvidia wasn’t long behind, it had already delivered the Game Ready driver to GeForce owners.

It started officially at one o’clock in the morning on the Cyberpunk 2077 PC, PlayStation 4 (and all its existing versions), Xbox One (also a musician), PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and Series S, and on Google Stadium, which is already available in Hungary. We had reason to praise plenty of the insightful role-playing role of CD Project Red, but as we pointed out in our test, a lot depends on the lightning-fast fixes.

Compared to the version from which you saw a longer stream yesterday, the so-called game has been updated somewhat. Through the Day0 patch, but understandably for the remaining glitches and bugs, Nvidia can’t provide a solution either. On the other hand, he made sure that GeForce owners could get the most out of their video card under the conditions with a Game Ready driver optimized for Cyberpunk 2077.

Version 460.79 focuses on DLSS support in addition to ray tracing, and the latter allows for up to a 60 percent performance increase in fps, depending on configuration, GPU, and resolution. In other words, you’re better off updating the driver before you hide in the skin of V and start exploring the wonders of Night City.

The update in question has a beneficial effect on Minecraft, Mount & Blade 2: Bannerlord, Scavengers and a few other games, as well as G-Sync displays such as the Acer XV242Y, Acer XB273U NV , the Gigabyte FI27Q-X, the MSI MAG274R, and the Philips 275M8RZ.