If you’re taking today to prepare for the worst with the challenges that await in post-apocalyptic Boston, you’re not alone. That’s because, in anticipation of tomorrow’s global Fallout 4 launch, graphics chip company Nvidia has released its game-ready drivers just in the nick of time.
Plainly dubbed version 358.91, this update brings a host of enhancements to GeForce owners, such as optimizations and patches for some of this month’s major game releases. Additionally, you can expect SLI and 3D Vision profile updates for some of this year’s less recent titles.
On the Game Ready side, expect optimizations for Fallout 4, StarCraft II: Legacy of the Void, and Star Wars Battlefront to be underway. Meanwhile, SLI profiles have been added for Act of Agression, NBA 2K16, and the 64-bit edition of StarCraft II. And, if you’re still clinging to that 3D TV, you’ll be happy to know that stereoscopic 3D Vision profiles have been put in place for Mad Max, Metal Gear Solid V, and Total War: Arena. However, for whatever reason, Nvidia recommends against playing Call of Duty: Black Ops III in 3D.
Like all consumer driver updates from Nvidia, version 358.91 bears WHQL certification and is available presently in the GeForce Experience client. If you’d prefer to install them yourself, you can grab Nvidia’s new drivers for Windows 10, as well as Windows 7 and 8.1, directly from the company website.