Nvidia finally push out a new set of drivers that should help Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players.
If you read our Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare workaround and fixes post then you’ll know there’s been a few issues with the PC version. These new 344.60 WHQL “game ready” drivers are recommended for all Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare players.
Interestingly the update from Nvidia points out that the game’s “Supersampling” option to improve image quality is not as good as their own DSR which they say provides “an even better picture with less aliasing, clearer textures, better surface detail, and improved fidelity all round.” Sounds like it would be worth a shot and it will work with GeForce GTX 400, 500, 600, 700 and 900 Series GeForce GTX graphics cards.
If you want to know how to get DSR up and running, check our post on this from last week which comes with a handy video.
To squeeze the most out of the game Nvidia advise players to activate it through the GeForce Experience by clicking the “Optimize” button. They also point out that this is for single player and co-op and multiplayer optimisations are “coming soon”.
You can grab the new drivers here or simply update everything through the GeForce Experience.