Nvidia has finally released a new driver update that would lend support for Back 4 Blood’s upcoming open beta session. Nvidia’s Driver 471.68 adds support for Naraka: Bladepoint and Back 4 Blood Open Beta, while also utilizes the latest DLSS and NVIDIA Reflex technology to boost performance by up to 60% at 4K resolution. A rather robust update than linear, as it tackles numerous issues and also validates 7 additional G-Sync compatible displays.
Back 4 Blood’s open beta starts tomorrow, and if you’re craving zombie action, this might be a good option for you, especially if playing with buddies. Tackling an enormous amount of zombies especially on high difficulty might be very challenging, and this Nvidia driver update focuses on better game performance while doing so.
Back 4 Blood Open Beta Start Times:
- AUGUST 12 NOON PST
- AUGUST 16 NOON PS
Without further ado, you can find the latest update notes for Nvidia Driver 471.68 below.
Nvidia Driver 471.68 Update Notes
Newly Validated G-SYNC Compatible Displays
- AOC AG274FG8R4+
- AOC AG274QG3R4B+
- Asus VG258QM
- Asus PG32UQ
- Lenovo G24-20
- MSI G251F
- Viewsonic XG320Q
New Features and Other Changes
- Added support for the RTX A2000 GPU.
Game Ready & Studio Driver Fixes (For full list of fixes please check out release notes)
- [Batman Arkham Knight][GeForce 10 Series]: The game may crash when turbulence smoke is used. 
- [Hitman 3]: The game may display random flickering when V-SYNC is disabled 
- [Monster Hunter World]: The game displays flashing glitches after extended gameplay. 
- [Assassin’s Creed Odyssey]: Drops in frame rate occur during gameplay and when running the benchmark. 
- [Topaz Video Enhance AI]: The application fails to process video with driver TDR error. 
- [D5 Render]: Black corruption overlay occurs with NVIDIA DLSS ON.
- Rendering artifacts appear on the desktop when using NVIDIA SDR deep color (10pbc). 
- [PLA Benchmark][PhysX]: The NVIDIA GPU is not used for PhysX when running the benchmark. 
Game Ready & Studio Driver Important Open Issues (For a full list of open issues please check out release notes)
- [YouTube]: Video playback stutters while scrolling down the YouTube page. 
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 may display graphical artifacts. 
- Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed may crash on courses where players drive through water. 
- DPC latency is higher when color mode is set to 8-bit color compared to 10-bit color. 
- To work around, disable MPO using the registry key found in the KB article: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5157/.
- Unable to detect supported display modes for the Samsung Odyssey G9 display 
As always, if you’re having difficulties installing the update through GeForce Experience, make sure you download the latest Nvidia update from the official download page.