Today NVIDIA released a new Game Ready Driver for Battlefield V: Firestorm, the new battle royale mode for Battlefield V. The list of G-SYNC-compatible displays is also expanding with the addition of the Asus VG258 and VG278QR models. In addition, this driver optimizes Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice and has these optimizations for NVIDIA DLSS and DXR Ray Tracing for Shadow of the Tomb Raider.

Game Ready for Battlefield V: Firestorm

Our latest GeForce Game Ready driver optimizes the gaming experience in Firestorm, the new free battle royale mode for Battlefield V. Available on or before the game’s launch, NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers always ensure the best gaming experience for GeForce gamers. NVIDIA engineers are working to the last possible minutes to optimize game performance and perfect gameplay. And to back up and guarantee quality, every Game Ready Driver is WHQL certified by Microsoft.

Two New G-SYNC Compatible Displays and NVIDIA Surround

The G-SYNC Compatible program further expands the G-SYNC ecosystem. In this way, consumers are taught which screens offer a good entry level for a variable refresh rate (VRR) experience.

This driver further expands the list of G-SYNC Compatible displays with:

· Asus VG258 25-inch display

Asus VG278QR 27-inch display

As part of the G-SYNC Compatible program, NVIDIA works closely with monitor OEMs to optimize the experience of game monitors that support the AdaptiveSync protocol. Those who pass this test receive the “G-SYNC Compatible” seal of approval.

The new Game Ready Driver also introduces NVIDIA Surround for use with G-SYNC Compatible displays. In practice, this means that you can now run three G-SYNC Compatible monitors at the same time.


Last week, NVIDIA released the first Creator Ready Driver (CRD), and that driver has the same version number as this GRD. Because we like to keep our drivers in line with important updates of games and applications, we can

Game Ready Drivers and Creator Ready Drivers get the same release version. However, the Game Ready Driver version will usually have a higher number than the Creator Ready Driver version.

In 2014 NVIDIA created the Game Ready Driver program to realize the best day-zero gaming experience. To achieve this, the rhythm of Game Ready Drivers releases is based on the release of major new game content, giving our drivers team as much time as possible to work on a given title. If you as a gamer value the fact that the latest titles, patches and DLCs are supported on the day of release, then choose Game Ready Drivers.

Similarly, NVIDIA now offers the Creator Ready Driver program. Designed with the ultimate in performance, functionality and stability for creative apps in mind, these drivers are rigorously tested to meet the needs of content creators. If you are a content creator who values ​​stability and quality for a creative workflow, such as video editing, animation, photography, graphic design and live streaming, choose the Creator Ready Drivers.

If you are both a gamer and a creator, choose Game Ready Drivers.