NVIDIA's GeForce Game Ready Driver 442.50 comes with ARK: Genesis support and more
NVIDIA continues to remain at the top of the game when it comes to driver updates and it looks like there's little that AMD can do about it nowadays. Yesterday's 442.50 WHQL software package already provides full support for titles yet to arrive such as the Warlords of New York expansion for Tom Clancy's The Division 2, which is scheduled to launch next week (on March 3, if you want an accurate date).
Apex Legends players get a fix for the crash that has been affecting some of them, as well as other minor optimizations for the Season 4 patch. ARK: Genesis: Part 1 is also fully supported by the new GeForce Game Ready Driver package, which also includes a few of VRSS profiles for VR titles, various other fixes, and three new G-SYNC compatible monitors: AOC's AG271FZ2 and AG271F1G2, as well as the Asus PG43U.
Unfortunately, there are a few open issues that still need to be addressed by NVIDIA soon, most likely in the next release. Fortunately, the list only consists of three items: World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth crashing when switched between DirectX 11 and DirectX 12 mode in Windows 7, unselectable Ansel & Freestyle tabs in Zombie Army: Dead War 4 (Windows 10), and flickering that occurs after switching between full-screen and windowed mode in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege (Windows 10, Vulkan mode with G-SYNC enabled).
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