Prepare for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with New Game Ready Driver

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With Call of Duty: Modern Warfare’s launch just a couple of days away, NVIDIA has released a new Game Ready Driver for the title so that PC players are ready to go as soon as the game hits the market. NVIDIA is the official PC partner for Modern Warfare and have worked alongside Activision and Infinity Ward to bring real-time ray tracing, NVIDIA Ansel, and NVIDIA Highlights to the game on day one.

Captain Price in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

For gamers looking to upgrade their setup, they can take advantage of the GeForce RTX Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Bundle, where for a limited time, they will receive Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with the purchase of an eligible GeForce RTX GPU-equipped graphics card, laptop or desktop. This bundle runs through November 18, 2019.

The driver will also provide the best experience for The Outer Worlds which launches on the 25th of October. It will provide performance optimizations and maximum stability for the game. The Outer Worlds is the latest title from Obsidian Entertainment, creators of much-loved games, such as Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords and Fallout: New Vegas. 

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