New Game Ready driver provides RTX support for 5 new games

NVIDIA today released the latest version of the GeForce Game Ready driver for optimal game performance in Fall Guys: Free for All, which will be released on June 21st.

NVIDIA today released the latest version of the GeForce Game Ready driver for optimal gaming performance for “Jelly Bean: Free Music”, which will be released on June 21. The new version of the driver is supported in the update projects of “Jurassic World: Evolution 2”, “Evil Castle 2 Remake”, “Evil Castle 3 Remake” and “Evil Castle 7: Resident Evil” Ray tracing. In addition, Surviving Wings will also support NVIDIA Reflex.

Game Ready drivers include optimization tweaks and enhancements to support the latest versions and updates for the latest games. In this month’s driver release, 5 popular games are adding new #RTXON features that gamers can enjoy regardless of whether they have a GeForce RTX graphics card, desktop or laptop with a GeForce RTX graphics card Better gaming experience.

Jurassic World: Evolution 2 adds ray tracing: Frontier game developers launched their critically acclaimed NVIDIA DLSS-enabled dinosaur park sim late last year. A new game update, launching June 14th with the Jurassic World Evolution 2: Dominion Biosyn Expansion, adds Ray Traced Ambient Occlusion (RTAO) And Dinosaur Park looks more detailed.

NVIDIA Reflex Added Support for NVIDIA Reflex: RocketWerkz game developer’s eight-player co-op PvE survival game will support NVIDIA Reflex this month to reduce end-to-end system latency and improve game responsiveness.

Evil Castle 2 Remake, Evil Castle 3 Remake and Evil Castle 7: Resident Evil Add Ray Tracing Effects: Capcom Games Developer’s Beloved Evil Castle 2 Remastered, Castlevania 3 Remastered, and Castlevania 7: Resident Evil for PC make a comeback with Ray Traced Global Illumination (RTGI) and Ray Traced Reflections in a series of free updates , presenting an immersive and realistic game screen.

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