Nvidia is releasing version 436.30 of the Nvidia Game Ready Driver which brings a host of new features and support for newly released games as well as new monitors to the G-Sync compatibility list. The new version is now available to download (link in the source below).
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, which will feature a new beta from September 19 to 23, is one of the beneficiaries of the update as the company adds improvements to the gameplay. In addition, Gears 5, Borderlands 3, FIFA 20, The Surge 2 and Code Vein are other games prioritized with the update, aiming for stability improvements during gameplay.
The update also addresses issues involving Forza Motorsport 6 and 7, which until then could suddenly crash on systems. The graphic bug on the character selection screen in World of Warcraft has also been eliminated. Inaccurate color on some machines during Forza Horizon 4, Gears of War 4 and 5 gameplay should also become a problem of the past with the new version of the driver.
Some issues that persist with the upgrade, however, concern the sudden crash in Space Engine and The Divison II (the latter only when in DirectX 12 mode). The new G-Sync compatible displays are the Acer VG252Q, XC 273X, Gigabyte Aorus FI27Q, FI27Q-P, and the LG 27GL650 and 27GL63T.
Remember, Windows 7, despite Microsoft’s constant attempts to make it past, has recently received widespread support for DirectX 12, including Nvidia’s Ray-Tracing technology.