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Half Life: Alyx gets Nvidia GeForce Game Ready drivers just in time for launch

Half Life: Alyx is launching, oh, about any minute now, and Nvidia GeForce’s latest Game Ready drivers are right here simply in time. The Half-Life Alyx launch time is about for 10:00 PDT (17:00 GMT) at present, and in the event you’re seeking to play it on an Nvidia GPU, the most recent Game Ready drivers will ensure Alyx makes use of your {hardware} to its fullest potential.

Half Life: Alyx, set between the occasions of Half-Life and Half-Life 2, is Valve’s long-awaited VR unique addition to the Half Life collection. (Let’s hope you’ve already bought among the best VR headsets for PC, in any other case you may be sitting this one out… that or watching it prefer it’s a spectator sport.)

While Valve’s newest VR expertise may be the sport on everybody’s lips in the mean time, the most recent GeForce Game Ready drivers aren’t just for Half Life: Alyx. Also bundled in Nvidia’s newest driver packages are driver optimisations for Resident Evil 3 and Ghost Recon Breakpoint.

Its Game Ready driver bundle additionally provides DLSS 2.0 to 2 video games: Control and Mechwarrior 5. DLSS (deep studying supersampling) 2.Zero improves on the earlier DLSS 1.Zero expertise by utilizing a brand new neural community. The neural community can accomplish far more and “mainly remedy for all the sport variability, versus having a poor set of engineers making an attempt to unravel for all that,” says Tony Tamasi, senior VP of content material and expertise at Nvidia.

Still, none of this DLSS stuff will influence Half Life: Alyx – and that’ll most likely be the case for some time, too, contemplating the expertise for DLSS remains to be in its infancy on single-screen, non-VR setups.

Half Life: Alyx gets Nvidia GeForce Game Ready drivers just in time for launch

Given how briskly VR headset inventory has been flying off the shelf, and given the Valve Index’s inventory points, your greatest guess at enjoying Half Life: Alyx has most likely been to purchase HTC’s Vive Cosmos Elite, which was lately introduced to ship with copies of it.

Provided you’ve bought a VR equipment and have Half Life: Alyx downloaded and put in, the one factor left to do earlier than you immerse your self is get the proper drivers. You can set up these Alyx-ready, DLSS 2.0-touting drivers by means of the GeForce Experience ‘drivers’ tab. Or, in the event you don’t use GeForce Experience, you’ll be able to obtain the drivers straight from Nvidia’s GeForce drivers page.

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