Nvidia's latest GeForce Game Ready driver is out, bringing along game optimizations and a few bug fixes with it. While most driver updates these days happen alongside a specific game or a couple simultaneous high-profile releases, this one is slightly more generalistic. The 376.19 Game Ready driver is optimized for the 53 Oculus Touch-enabled titles that are either lauching today or being updated with support for the new controllers.
In addition to support for those titles, the new update squares few game-specific bugs. Texture corruption in No Man's Sky's Foundation Update, negative SLI scaling in Titanfall 2, and crashes in Dead Rising 4, For Honor, Titanfall 2, and Battlefield 1 are all corrected. A few issues with G-Sync on notebooks were taken care of, too. The driver's full release notes can be found on Nvidia's driver page, and Oculus has a complete list of the 53 Oculus Touch-compatible games available.
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