NVIDIA Releases GeForce Drivers for Doom Eternal; Supports Up to 200 FPS with 2080 Ti

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NVIDIA has released a new GeForce Game Ready driver for Doom Eternal. With the GeForce Game Ready Driver for Doom Eternal and a GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, you can hit a glorious 200 FPS with every single game setting maxed out, for the highest-fidelity DOOM Eternal experience, with incredible visual clarity, target tracking and acquisition, and minimal input latency. 

From NVIDIA’s blog post regarding the driver update-

Experience the ultimate combination of speed and power in DOOM Eternal – the next leap in push-forward, first-person combat. Wield a powerful arsenal of weapons, mods, and abilities as you Raze Hell in the single-player campaign. Glory kill demons to restore your health; roast the hordes of Hell with the Flame Belch to replenish your armor; or rev up the tried-and-true chainsaw for a quick infusion of ammo! Then, jump into BATTLEMODE, a new 2 vs 1 multiplayer experience where a fully-armed DOOM Slayer faces off against two player-controlled demons, fighting it out in a best-of-five round match of intense first-person combat.

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Game Ready Drivers are available on or before launch day for most major titles and are tuned for the best performance and flawless gameplay. All NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers are Microsoft WHQL-certified.

Doom Eternal System Requirements by NVIDIA
Doom Eternal System Requirements by NVIDIA

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