Nvidia GeForce 536.40 WHQL Game Ready Driver adds DLSS support for hotly-anticipated games

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Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4060 graphics cards officially went on sale yesterday and Team Green has wasted no time in releasing a Game Ready Driver that adds DLSS support for two fresh-off-the-press titles – Stranded: Alien Dawn and Time Breaker. Specifically, both games have DLSS 2 compatibility, while Time Breaker further adds ray-tracing support in the mix.

Stranded: Alien Dawn is a settlement simulator and survival game that maroons you and a couple of survivors on a hostile alien planet. Players are tasked to navigate a lush jungle environment, find precious resources, build a settlement, and protect your fellow survivors against hostile indigenous creatures and harsh environmental scenarios. Sounds insufferable.

Meanwhile, Time Breaker is a gorgeous first-person puzzler with, you guessed it, time as the main mechanic used to navigate, reverse, fast forward and slow down the world around you in order to solve a variety of head-scratching puzzle rooms required for advancement. Sounds challenging.

The company continues to expand its long-growing list of DLSS 2-supported titles. In fact, as the month draws to a close, Nvidia has already added DLSS 2 and Reflex support for newly-released heavy hitters F1 23, Daydream: Forgotten Sorrow, and Layers of Fear – a ground-up remake of the original psychological horror that released on eighth-generation consoles and PC.

This was followed up by Forever Skies, a post-apocalyptic survival game, and Trepang2, an action-packed first-person shooter from the beautiful minds of British game developers Team17. All in all, that totals seven brand-new titles primed and optimised for your freshly unwrapped GeForce RTX 4060 graphics card. Ain’t that swell?

Nvidia GeForce 536.40 WHQL driver is available for download, here. Meanwhile, the full release notes can be perused at your own leisure, here. Git gud.