New Game Ready Drivers from Nvidia Brings Support for Microsoft Flight Simulator and Unlocks Ray Tracing for World of Warcraft Beta

Microsoft flight simulator is one of the most ambitious games released this year. The unique design of the game lets players experience the areas of our planet that are out of bounds for many of us. Moreover, the quality of a simulator is measured by how close it takes the players to the actual scenarios faced by the pilots, and it is one of the strengths of the game. The game has only been released for PC yet; however, Microsoft has promised a version for Xbox One consoles and Xbox Series S in the future.

To make the beautiful textures even better, Nvidia has released a driver update. The update brings support for not only Microsoft Flight Simulator but also includes support for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 remastered, Total War Saga: Troy, World of Warcraft Beta, and improvements for Death Stranding. To get further details on how the drivers will help in the individual games, head over to the link here. More importantly, the update will unlock Ray Tracing for the World of Warcraft Beta.

The update also brings support for eight new G-Sync compatible gaming monitors. G-sync greatly reduces the tear that many users experience on high-refresh displays. These include four monitors from Acer and one from ASUS, Lenovo, and IO Data. Head over to this link for details on the specific models and their specifications.

Lastly, you can download and install the new drivers simply by opening the GeForce Experience application and then clicking the ‘drivers’ tab, or head over to this link.

Mohsin Naeem


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