New GeForce Game Ready driver brings optimizations for F1 24 & Hellblade 2

555.85 WHQL driver also supports 11 new G-SYNC compatible displays

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NVIDIA has launched a new GeForce Game Ready Driver that is made especially to improve the gaming experience for games like EA SPORTS™ F1® 24, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II, and Serum. GeForce Game Ready 555.85 WHQL driver is not a simple driver release; it’s designed to enhance gaming performance and visual quality by including various features.

F1 24 gets new ray tracing effects

For individuals who enjoy the fast-paced excitement of Formula 1 racing, the fresh driver promises EA SPORTS™ F1® 24 to show its brilliance fully. Including DLSS 3 and Reflex means that players will likely experience more polished frame rates and lower system latency – every quick decision you make on track matters significantly less now. The new ray-traced effects incorporated into this game boost its realism even more, giving you a feeling that it’s happening right in front of your eyes.

Hellblade 2 now with DLSS 3 and Reflex

Also, for those who like gaming with more focus on the story, Senua’s Saga: Hellblade II is an exciting choice. The driver provides DLSS 3 and Reflex, which give a smooth mix of stunning graphics and quick responses in gameplay. In Viking Iceland, as you explore the haunting landscapes or confront formidable foes, the driver ensures that Senua’s journey remains full of depth and involvement.

Oh, we also have Serum, a game that claims to combine survival with conspiracy. It will surely provide excitement for players. This is a post-apocalyptic adventure in which DLSS 3, DLAA, and Reflex support from the beginning promise visually amazing performance along with quick reaction times to keep gamers fully engaged in this world-ending journey.

XDefiant with Reflex is snapier

However, NVIDIA’s dedication to improving the gaming experience is not limited to these games. The driver also supports XDefiant, Ubisoft’s new first-person shooter that blends quick and strategic play. When Reflex is turned on, players will see a decrease in the delay time associated with rendering frames, making sure each shot matters.

In addition to the games, the GeForce Game Ready 555.85 WHQL driver supports 11 new G-SYNC Compatible displays, which gives gamers many choices on different screens to enjoy a seamless and deep gaming experience.

It doesn’t matter if you play your game using a high-resolution monitor, like 4K, or one with fast speed, such as 1080p—this fresh driver will ensure all aspects of the game look great and perform at their highest level possible.

Keep in mind that some users reported a couple of bugs on Reddit after installing the GeForce Game Ready 555.85 WHQL driver:

Driver seems to install fine, but Geforce experience still showing the prompt to download the new driver.

Here’s what another user said:

Just updated the drivers to this version and both of my screens flicker when I launch any game. Anyone got a solution?

If you encounter the same issues, you can try some of the solutions from this guide to get past the flickering screen. Hopefully, there won’t be any other issue with installing Nvidia’s driver.

In the world of gaming, technology is always moving forward. NVIDIA’s newest driver update shows this trend by giving gamers better gaming performance and graphics and a view into what could be next in the gaming landscape.

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