As the last major week for PC gaming releases of 2014 has seen Elite: Dangerous and Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes finally grace our monitors, Nvidia has launched a new Game Ready set of GeForce beta drivers to ensure that your system will support these and other recent releases with panache.
As well as driver versions 347.09, Nvidia has also improved game profiles for several other big recent titles, including Project Cars, Alien: Isolation and Far Cry 4. Among the usual performace tweaks, some of these new profiles specifically improve compatibility with stereoscopic 3D monitors and 3D Vision performance. Playing Alien: Isolation on Nightmare Mode and in 3D after these upgrades will not be for the faint of heart!
As per usual, the new drivers can be automatically retrieved with GeForce Experience, or you can manually download them from the GeForce website. Full details on everything new in the drivers and fixed from previous versions is available from Nvidia at this link.
How are you faring in the big bad universe of Elite: Dangerous, and what's your take on Metal Gear's mini-epic prelude to Phantom Pain?