NVIDIA GeForce 471.68 WHQL: Naraka Support: Bladepoint

NVIDIA GeForce 471.68 WHQL: Naraka Support: Bladepoint

The NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready 471.68 driver update includes support for Naraka games: Bladepoint, Back 4 Blood Open Beta, and Psychonauts 2.

NVIDIA has released a GeForce Game Ready driver update to version 471.68 WHQL. As a reminder, NVIDIA will end support for Game Ready drivers for Windows 7 and 8.1 in October 2021, and thereafter will only support driver updates for two modern operating systems: Windows 10 and Windows 11.

The new driver version has received support for the game Naraka: Bladepoint, which will be released on August 12, 2021 and which supports NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex technologies. The new driver provides up to 60% performance improvement when playing at 4K resolution.

Also, this driver version includes support for Back 4 Blood Open Beta (released on August 12) and Psychonauts 2 (released on August 25).

Also, support for new G-SYNC-compatible displays has been added: AOC AG274FG8R4 +, AOC AG274QG3R4B +, ASUS VG258QM, ASUS PG32UQ, Lenovo G24-20, MSI G251F and ViewSonic XG320Q. Twenty new game profiles have been added to the GeForce Experience app for an optimized gameplay experience.

Fixed issues:

Batman Arkham Knight crashed when turbulent smoke was enabled.

Hitman 3 may display random flickering when V-SYNC was disabled.

Monster Hunter World displayed blinking crashes after extended gameplay.

Creed Assassin Creed Odyssey crashed in frame rates during gameplay and when running the benchmark.

Topaz Video Enhance AI did not handle videos with error and driver crashes.

D5 Render fixes black overlay damage with NVIDIA DLSS.

Fixed rendering artifacts on the desktop when using NVIDIA SDR deep color (10pbc).

In PLA Benchmark, NVIDIA GPU was not used for PhysX when running the benchmark.

Known issues in Windows 10:

YouTube video playback stops when scrolling down the page.

Graphics artifacts may be displayed in Tom Clancy's The Division 2.

Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed can crash on tracks where players ride on water.

DPC latency is higher when color mode is set to 8-bit color versus 10-bit color.

Unable to determine supported display modes for Samsung Odyssey G9 display.

Posted: 2021-08-10 17:39:34

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