Dying Light GeForce Game Ready Driver Available Now
The new GeForce Game Ready Dying Light 347.25 WHQL drivers are now available to download automatically through GeForce Experience, and from GeForce.com. With performance optimizations, SLI profiles, expanded Multi-Frame Sampled Anti-Aliasing support, and support for the new GeForce GTX 960, our latest Game Ready drivers are a recommended update for all GeForce GTX users.
GeForce 347.25 WHQL Driver: Game Ready For Dying Light
Dying Light is a new I.P. from Techland, creators of Dead Island, an extremely popular first-person zombie action game. Like Dead Island, Dying Light includes zombies galore, mutated monsters, weapon crafting, player progression, and many other elements that made Dead Island so popular. For Dying Light, Techland ups the ante with free-running traversal mechanics, a day-night cycle that sees zombie become more lethal as night falls, and human antagonists who actively compete for the same resources you so desperately require for survival.
The PC edition launches in stores and on Steam January 27th, and will include a number of NVIDIA GameWorks technologies. Details will be shared in our Graphics & Performance Guide, but in the meantime get your system ready by downloading and installing the new GeForce Game Ready Dying Light drivers.
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 Support
We've just released the new mid-range $199 monster, the GeForce GTX 960. It's powerful, extremely overclockable, filled with 2nd Generation Maxwell technologies like its big brothers, the GeForce GTX 980 and GTX 970, and it has some cool new zero-RPM fan modes for silent gaming. You can learn more in our GeForce GTX 960 announcement article.
If you're leaping at the chance to buy our new GPU, you'll need today's new Game Ready Dying Light driver to make full use of its power, performance, and features.
NVIDIA Multi-Frame Sampled Anti-Aliasing: Now Supported In GeForce Experience
NVIDIA Multi-Frame Sampled Anti-Aliasing (MFAA) is a new Anti-Aliasing (AA) technique exclusive to 2nd generation Maxwell Architecture GPUs, improving upon the performance of Multisample Anti-Aliasing (MSAA) to give you faster frame rates in your favorite games, whilst simultaneously improving image quality.
Last November we introduced MFAA support for a variety of games, and today we're extending MFAA support to almost all DX10 and DX11 games. Furthermore, you can now bypass the MFAA setup and activation process by enabling MFAA with a single click in supported GeForce Experience games. Simply click 'Optimize' in GeForce Experience and we'll do the rest. Learn more here.
For games not supported by GeForce Experience you'll need to open the NVIDIA Control Panel, navigate to 'Manage 3D Settings', change the 'Multi-Frame Sampled AA (MFAA)' option to “On”, and click 'Apply'. Next, in a game with MSAA graphics options, set the anti-aliasing option 2x or 4x MSAA, and our driver will take care of the rest.
When enabled, the result will be MFAA anti-aliasing comparable to 4x MSAA when 2x MSAA is selected, and comparable to 8x MSAA when 4x MSAA is selected. Performance, meanwhile, will be 10-30% faster thanks to MFAA's innovative technology:
Upgrade your rig with a second NVIDIA GeForce GTX GPU to activate SLI, the multi-GPU technology of choice for gamers. With intelligent scaling and industry-leading multi-GPU anti-stutter technology, NVIDIA SLI is the smoothest, most effective way of increasing frame rates by up to 2x.
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GeForce Game Ready Driver: Download Now
You can download the new GeForce Game Ready Dying Light drivers automatically through GeForce Experience, our free, essential, game and system-enhancing application, or from the GeForce.com Drivers page.
If you experience any technical issues with the new Game Ready drivers please post a detailed report on the GeForce.com Driver Feedback Forum, where our Customer Care team can better assist you.