Nvidia GeForce Game Ready Driver 537.34 arrives with Lies of P and Mortal Kombat 1 support
The latest driver for Nvidia GPUs brings the version number up to 537.34 and brings support for new games and gaming monitors, as well as minor tweaks and fixes, as usual. Released yesterday, the new GeForce Game Ready software package has roughly 530 MB in size and comes with support for two new titles, six G-Sync Compatible monitors, and five Optimal Settings presets.
The two titles that get zero-day support are Lies of P (scheduled to launch on September 19) and Mortal Kombat 1, which will arrive on the same date and, despite its title, is the 12th fighting game and the 23rd installment in the franchise. The first gets 1.9 times the performance of previous driver at 4K with all settings maxed out, while the latter receives DLSS 2 Super Resolution and steady 60 fps with all settings pushed to the upper limit at 4K on all GeForce RTX GPUs.
The six monitors that have been added to the list of G-Sync Compatible displays are the AOC U27G3X and AG275QA1, I-O DATA's GDQ271JA, as well as the trio of LG monitors that consists of the 27GR93U, 27GR750Q, and 38WR850C-W.
Last but not the least, the five games that receive one-click GeForce Experience Optimal Settings presets are Immortals of Aveum, Starfield, Amored Core VI Fires of Rubicon, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and Wayfinder.
To download the new driver, the users can simply use GeForce Experience or go to the official GeForce drivers webpage, so there are no changes here.