February is packed with big launches from AAA devs, and Nvidia just released a new driver to support the slew of upcoming titles. 418.91 WHQL offers "optimum" DLSS and raytracing performance in Metro Exodus, and apparently implements some optimizations in Battlefield V as well. The detailed driver release notes also mention that Nvidia is disabling G-Sync in games that are designed to run at a fixed framerate, and says that Apex Legends, Hitman 2, and ARK Survival may still have some lingering issues that will be addressed in future revisions. Our new Game Ready driver is also a must-have if you’re intending to play Anthem's February 15th Early Access release, Crackdown 3, or Far Cry New Dawn. Performance and stability is improved with each Game Ready driver, so it's recommended you download and install to ensure the best possible experience from the second you hit play.