If I were a betting man, I’d put some money on today being the launch day of the best selling game of 2018. It’s Call of Duty time, naturally, and Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 will be looking to make the franchise top dog once again. This time around, COD Black Ops 4 will be coming to PC exclusively through Blizzard’s Battle.net, and once you’ve checked out the PC system specs, the one final bit of homework you’ll need to do is ensure you grab the latest driver release.
Nvidia’s arrived in the nick of time with its GeForce 416.34 WHQL graphics card driver, providing day one Game Ready optimisations for the trio of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, SoulCalibur VI, and Grip. Team Green suggests this driver will provide the optimal gaming experience, barring any hiccups, of course...
GeForce 416.34 WHQL Fixed Issues
- Games launch to a black screen when DSR is enabled.
- Some games produce red/green/blue shimmering line when played in full-screen mode and with G-SYNC enabled.
- [Windows Defender Application Guard][vGPU][Surround]: Surround cannot be enabled from the NVIDIA Control Panel when running Edge Browser with Application Guard over vGPU.
- [PUBG]: Issue with shadows may occur in the game.
- When HDR is enabled, games show green corruption.
GeForce 416.34 WHQL Known Issues
- [Windows Defender Application Guard][vGPU][Surround]: Edge Browser with Application Guard cannot be opened when Surround is enabled.
- [GeForce GTX 1060]AV receiver switches to 2-channel stereo mode after 5 seconds of audio idle.
- [GeForce GTX 1080Ti]: Random DPC watchdog violation error when using multiple GPUs on motherboards with PLX chips.
- [SLI][HDR][Battlefield 1]: With HDR enabled, the display turns pink after changing the refresh rate from 144 Hz to 120 Hz using in-game settings.
- [Firefox]: Cursor shows brief corruption when hovering on certain links in Firefox.
- [Far Cry 5]: Flickering occurs in the game.
The latest GeForce driver can be downloaded from here, or you can just do an auto-update through your current GeForce Experience installation.