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Latest NVIDIA Game Ready driver brings support for Elden Ring, Total War: Warhammer III, and more

Elden Ring Gameplay Overview
Elden Ring Gameplay Overview (Image credit: Bandai Namco)

What you need to know

  • NVIDIA's latest Game Ready driver has released.
  • It packs support for Elden Ring, Destiny 2: The Witch Queen, GRID Legends, and Total War: Warhammer III.
  • It also expands the reach of NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex.

NVIDIA's latest Game Ready driver is ready for all the big games coming out in February, including the ultra-hyped FromSoftware title Elden Ring (launching February 25), which fuses all the development lessons learned by the studio from its previous titles and ices the cake with supplemental material crafted by George R. R. Martin. In other words, a wealth of riches be upon ye fantasy-inclined, Soulsian gamers, and NVIDIA's driver is going to help make sure your graphics card can run the experience as smoothly as possible.

But that's not all the driver will do! It'll also prepare your PC for Total War: Warhammer III (February 17), which is the third installment in a series many still think should've been called Total Warhammer since its inception.

Additionally, the driver update contains support for GRID Legends (February 25) and Destiny 2: The Witch Queen (February 22), the latter being the latest expansion to Bungie's famous first-person shooter franchise. Don't forget that Bungie and everything to do with it is now Sony's turf.

Also worth noting is that the driver update contains DLSS support for Martha is Dead along with a host of other games (opens in new tab). NVIDIA Reflex now supports sim racer iRacing.

You can read the full details about the driver update over at NVIDIA's blog (opens in new tab) or simply download it in GeForce Experience, assuming you have one of the best graphics cards and are eligible for the update. In the event you're unable to score one of the best graphics cards due to the global chip shortage, you may be in luck toward the end of 2022, as the situation is set to get a little less dire around then.

Robert Carnevale is the News Editor for Windows Central. He's a big fan of Kinect (it lives on in his heart), Sonic the Hedgehog, and the legendary intersection of those two titans, Sonic Free Riders. He is the author of Cold War 2395. Have a useful tip? Send it to robert.carnevale@futurenet.com.