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NVIDIA GeForce 398.11 WHQL driver is optimized for Vampyr and Jurassic World Evolution

NVIDIA has released a brand new driver for its graphics cards. According to the release notes, the NVIDIA GeForce 398.11 WHQL driver provides the optimal gaming experience for Vampyr and Jurassic World Evolution and ensures the best possible gaming experience on HDR-capable G-SYNC displays.

In addition, this driver updates/adds the SLI profile for Warhammer: Vermintide 2 and updates/adds the 3D profiles for Jurassic World Evolution, Railway Empire, Sea of Thieves and Vampyr.

Those interested can download the driver from here, and you can find its complete changelog below.

Kudos to our reader ‘Metal Messiah ++++’ for bringing this to our attention.

NVIDIA GeForce 398.11 WHQL Driver Release Notes

Game Ready

Provides the optimal gaming experience for Vampyr and Jurassic World Evolution.

New Features

Ensures the best possible gaming experience on HDR-capable G-SYNC displays.

Application SLI Profiles
Added or updated the following SLI profiles:

  • Warhammer: Vermintide 2

3D Vision Profiles
Added or updated the following 3D Vision profiles:

  • Jurassic World Evolution – GOOD
  • Railway Empire – Not Recommend
  • Sea of Thieves – Not Recommend
  • Vampyr – Not Recommend

Fixed Issues

  • [SLI][Hitman Pro: DirectX 12]: With SLI mode enabled, the game crashes if in-game HDR is ON and Windows HDR setting is OFF at lower resolutions. [200415553]
  • [Call of Duty: WWII][Surround]: With Surround enabled, the center Surround display is blank during gameplay. [200370257]

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