The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is due out tomorrow, and GeForce owners can already grab new graphics drivers tuned specifically for the game. Nvidia's GeForce 352.86 drivers offer optimal performance for CD Projekt RED's open-world action RPG, according to the company. They also include an SLI profile for the title along with settings optimization mojo available through GeForce Experience.
The release notes (PDF) mention the addition of a handful of SLI profiles for other games, plus updated 3D Vision profiles for several more. Interestingly, The Witcher 3 is "not recommended" for 3D Vision. Neither are Project Cars, Battlefield: Hardline, and Dying light, among other releases.
Like the GeForce 350.12 drivers released last month, these latest ones have been certified by Microsoft's Windows Hardware Quality Labs, otherwise known as WHQL. They're not a beta release. Odds are they'll be replaced shortly, though. Batman: Arkham Knight is coming next month, and I bet there will be new GeForce drivers to go along with it.
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