NVIDIA Announces Game Ready Driver for God of War Optimizing DLSS and Reflex

The upcoming NVIDIA GeForce Game Ready driver that will be released on January 14th includes day-0 optimizations for God of War, one of the most popular action games in recent years. Gamers with GeForce RTX GPUs will get access to NVIDIA DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex technologies when the game comes to PC on January 14th.  

The upcoming driver also supports Rainbow Six Extraction, which launches on January 20th with DLSS along with NVIDIA Reflex. Gamers playing Hitman III, The Anacrusis, GRIT, and Monster Hunter Rise will want to download this driver for the best experience in those games.  There’s also support for eight new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors.

God of War and Rainbow Six Extraction Launching with DLSS and Reflex 

This month a pair of blockbuster AAA games, God of War and Rainbow Six Extraction are launching, and both will come with support for NVIDIA DLSS and Reflex.

Powered by AI rendering technology and dedicated Tensor Core AI processors found exclusively on GeForce RTX GPUs, DLSS speeds up frame rates in God of War and Rainbow Six Extraction while preserving the games’ stunning graphic detail to provide image quality similar to native resolution.

NVIDIA Reflex is a suite of technologies that optimize and measure system latency in competitive games, making gameplay snappy and responsive for even the most difficult challenges.


The NVIDIA Game Ready Driver for God of War also adds other features, including:

  • Optimizations and enhancements for upcoming launch of The Anacrusis, GRIT, Hitman III and Monster Hunter Rise.
  • Enhanced Dynamic Super Resolution (DSR) with AI for improved image quality. 
  • Added three depth-based filters for NVIDIA Freestyle, including Screen Space Ray Traced Global Illumination, Screen Space Ambient Occlusion, and Dynamic Depth of Field.

  Support for 8 new G-SYNC Compatible gaming displays:

  • AOC AG275QG3R4B+
  • AOC Q32G3WG3
  • AOC AG275QXE
  • Dell G2723HN
  • HP OMEN 27i IPS
  • Philips 24M1N3200ZA
  • ViewSonic VX3220-4K-Pro

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