Nvidia PUBG Game Ready Driver Released, Improves Stability And FPS
Nvidia PUBG Game Ready Driver has been released and the 1.0 version of the game is also out. While there are still a couple of things wrong with the game it is safe to say that the optimization and the gameplay are way better than what we previously had and this is a good step forward for the game.
While the Xbox version of PUBG was not all that great, it will be interesting to see what users have to say about the newest version of the game. The gameplay is a bit better on the Xbox One X but that is due to the better hardware that the Xbox One X has to offer. Be sure to download the Nvidia PUBG Game Ready Driver in order to get the best performance.
Nvidia has reported that the new Nvidia PUBG Game Ready Driver will allow the GTX 1060 to run the game at 70 FPS on average at 1080p and at high settings without the game dropping below 60 FPS. Having that said, it is much better performance than what we saw previously. You can check out the recommended hardware for PUBG at 1080p, 1440p and 4K below:
You will need a better graphics card for higher resolution. It is recommended that you use a GTX 1070 in order to run the game at 1440p and a GTX 1080 Ti in order to run the game at 4K 60 FPS. The following is the official word from Nvidia:
If you wish to take things further and enable PUBG’s maximum-quality Ultra settings, whilst still retaining smooth 60 FPS gameplay, you’ll need to step up a tier at each resolution: 1920×1080 now requires a GeForce GTX 1070, 2560×1440 a GeForce GTX 1080, and 3840×2160 a factory-overclocked custom GeForce GTX 1080 Ti.
You can also use the Nvidia ShadowPlay Highlights feature in order to automatically record clips of the game and share it with your friends. You can check out how you can enable this feature in the game.
Let us know what you think about Nvidia PUBG Game Ready Driver and whether or not the new version of the game is everything that you wanted it to be.