Battlefield V has arrived through Origin Access Premier subscriptions ahead of its November 15 debut, with NVIDIA quick to action with a new GeForce Game Ready 416.81 WHQL driver with support built-in for Battlefield V.
NVIDIA fixed a bunch of issues with the new GeForce 416.81 WHQL drivers with multi-monitor idle power draws reduced on Turing-based GeForce RTX setups. Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, ARK Survival, and Shadow of the Tomb Raider all received stability improvements in the new drivers, too. There were also fixes to a few issues in Witcher 3, Monster Hunter World, and Far Cry 5.
You can read up on the full release notes from NVIDIA on the GeForce 416.81 WHQL drivers here.
Download NVIDIA's new GeForce 416.81 WHQL drivers here.
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