New GeForce drivers help with performance in PUBG’s new 1.0 version
If you have problems with the performance of the game after the release of 1.0 version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, it may be time to update your video card. NVIDIA often works closely with game developers to prepare a ‘Game Ready Driver’ for the appearance of their game, and for PUBG this is the case as well.
Those who have not yet downloaded the free update automatically for their GeForce graphics card can do that job as always with NVIDIA’s own GeForce Experience software. Specifically it’s about version 388.71 of the ‘green’ drivers. In addition to more stability, there should also contain exclusive HBAO + ambient occlusion, as well as improved (automatic) recordings of all the good and bad that can happen to you in the Battle Royale game.
The new light effects can be seen in the screenshot below from PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds ‘final version’:
Do the new drivers really improve your experience of the game, or is the game still shrouded in instability and hitches? We’d love to hear about your findings with the 1.0 version of PUBG.
Now it is mainly waiting for a solid improvement for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox One, where performance does not turn out smoothly. Development Bluehole has already indicated smooth graphic updates to roll out, but for stability, Xbox gamers often have to use some remarkable tricks.