Fix incoming for the GoW4 bugs caused by NVIDIA 384.xx driver updates

If you’re experiencing various Gears of War 4 issues after installing the latest NVIDIA 384.xx driver updates, don’t panic. The Coalition recently confirmed that they’re aware of the issues caused by the latest NVIDIA drivers and are working on a fix.

As many GoW 4 players may have already noticed, the game doesn’t work with any Nvidia 384.xx drivers. As a result, players are forced to constantly upgrade to the latest NVIDIA drivers in order to be able to play their favorite games.

The only problem is that these updates also bring issues of their own, preventing players from enjoying a smooth gaming experience.

Here’s how one gamer describes this issue:

As you probably have aknowledgement now, YOUR games doesn’t work with any Nvidia driver 384.xx, so what’s the deal now?
Quit BF1? Quit GOW4? Which games will be the next ones that force us to update our drivers to be able to play? A LOT by October!

The Coalition quickly replied to the OP, acknowledging the issue and confirming that it’s working on a fix.

We’re aware of the issues with the recent driver releases. Our team are moving things forward.

In other words, it will soon roll out a hotfix to patch all the annoying issues triggered by the latest NVIDIA driver updates.

Gamers are fed up

The technical issues caused by the NVIDIA 384.xx driver updates determined many users to stop PC gaming. Gamers are simply tired and fed up of encountering game breaking issues almost every time they install the latest graphics driver updates.

Hopefully, TC will roll out the hotfix this month.

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