Nvidia 526.47 Sackboy A Big Adventure Supported Drivers Available

This new Nvidia 526.47 (Game Ready) driver is available to offer the best experience in the Sackboy: A Big Adventure video game, which has recently been released for the PC segment, after its passage through the Sony console.

Nvidia 526.47: Sackboy: A Big Adventure Supported Drivers Available

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The previously PlayStation-exclusive game is coming to PC and these new drivers are a must for the best possible experience with Nvidia’s RTX 40 graphics cards and previous generations. The game is a new platform title, which has received positive reviews on consoles.

The game includes various reflection effects, shadows, and ray tracing ambient occlusion effects, plus it supports NVIDIA DLSS technology to improve performance at the cost of loss of sharpness.

Additionally, this new Game Ready driver offers support for Victoria 3, WRC Generations – The FIA ​​WRC Official Game, and the addition of DLSS 3 for F1 22.

Fixed issues

  • [Cyberpunk 2077] Corruption may appear on the game map [3829994]
  • Dell XPS 9560 may hang and restart when using desktop applications [3737715]
  • [RTX 30 Series] Decreased performance in Minecraft Java Edition [3702953]
  • 165Hz refresh rate option not available on Samsung Odyssey Ark monitor [3840122]
  • When using two or more monitors, GeForce Experience Shadowplay/Gamestream may select the wrong monitor [200633408]
  • Videos played in Microsoft Edge may appear green if NVIDIA Image Scaling is enabled when resuming from hibernation or booting with fastboot. [3624218]

The new generation DLSS 3 technology only works with the RTX 40 series of graphics cards, Ada Lovelace architecture, so previous generations of RTX graphics are left out of support for DLSS 3. We will keep you updated with all the news.

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