New Nvidia Game Driver Released for Assassin’s Creed Origins and Destiny 2

Nvidia has rolled out their latest game driver version 388.0 WHQL which has been designed to make the hardware ready for Assassin’s Creed Origins and Destiny 2.

All PC gamers who have a Nvidia graphics card in their setup should download the driver immediately so that these games run flawlessly without any hiccups. The PC system requirements suggest you have at least a GTX 970 or GTX 1060 to play Destiny 2 while AC Origins will work at its best on a GTX 760 card.

In order to play any of these titles in 4K resolution, the developers suggest a 1080ti GFX which is something reserved primarily for top class gamers. For everyone else, the newly launched software update is more than enough to enjoy these games without any screen tearing issues, hiccups or lags.https://ubistatic19-a.akamaihd.net/ubicomstatic/en-us/global/media/ac_media_screen-04-tombtreasure_ncsa-thumb-02-712x712_292928.jpg

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A stuttering issue reported in Counter Strike Global Offensive, The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt and Doom with G-Sync systems and GTX 1080 GPU has been fixed with the Nvidia game driver version 388.0. The GeForce experience app would have already prompted you to download it and do it right away if you play to play any of these AAA titles on launch day.

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