Nvidia has released GeForce Game Ready drivers 531.79 WHQL, offering optimisations for Redfall alongside a couple of bug fixes.
With this update, Arkane Studios’ adventure shooter Redfall enjoys higher frame rates using DLSS 3 technology, which nearly doubles FPS thanks to the frame generation feature, plus any game-specific optimisations. This Game Ready driver also brings DLSS 2 support to titles such as Showgunners and Blizzard’s upcoming Diablo IV Server Slam beta scheduled from May 12 to 14.
According to Nvidia’s tests, the RTX 4090 is able to run Redfall at 188FPS using 4K resolution and DLSS 3, with RTX 4070 averaging around 104FPS at similar settings. Performance uplifts aside, some players have reported higher-than-expected latency in Redfall when using DLSS 3 frame generation, so hopefully this new update fixes that too with the help of Nvidia Reflex.
As for bug fixes, Nvidia got rid of some crashes in Battlefield 2042, The Last of Us, plus Unreal Editor, and has brought back high refresh rates for Asus VG27WQ and XV253Q monitors in the Control Panel.
Version 531.79 can be downloaded from Nvidia’s website.
The full list of changes goes as follows:
This new Game Ready Driver provides the best gaming experience for the latest new games including Redfall featuring DLSS 3 technology. Additionally, this Game Ready Driver supports the launch of titles supporting NVIDIA DLSS 2 technology including Showgunners and the upcoming Diablo IV Server Slam.
- [RTX 30 series] Application crash may be observed while playing Battlefield 2042/The Last of Us/Unreal Editor 
- [Asus VG27WQ][Acer XV253Q] Highest monitor refresh rate is missing from the NVIDIA Control Panel after updating to NVIDIA display driver 531.41 
- Toggling HDR on and off in-game causes game stability issues when non-native resolution is used 
- Monitor may briefly flicker on waking from display sleep if DSR/DLDSR is enabled 
- [GeForce RTX 4090] Watch Dogs 2 may display flickering when staring at the sky 
- Increase in DPC latency observed in Latencymon 
- Applying GeForce Experience Freestyle filters cause games to crash