NVIDIA Releases Windows 11 Driver and More DLSS Support

NVIDIA announces over 100 games now support its DLSS technology, thanks to the release of a Unreal Engine 4 DLSS plugin that simplifies the introduction of DLSS to UE4 games. The company also announces the release of new version 472.12 GeForce drivers for Windows, which include support for the upcoming official launch of Windows 11. Here are the complete release notes for the new drivers and some details:
Throughout NVIDIA’s history, we’ve supported every new Windows operating system at release with dedicated drivers, ensuring our customers receive optimized performance and access to the latest Windows features. Today, we have released our Game Ready and NVIDIA Studio drivers for Windows 11’s October 5th official release, having supported Windows 11 preview builds with WHQL-certified drivers since June.

Gamers get full support for DirectX 12 Ultimate on GeForce RTX graphics cards and laptops, G-SYNC HDR monitor owners can enhance SDR games with Microsoft’s Auto HDR, and RTX graphic cards are primed to support DirectStorage.