Nvidia’s latest batch of GeForce drivers are out, numbered as 385.28, and ready for the release of Volition’s Agents of Mayhem. There’s also support for Crossout, and Tripwire’s Killing Floor: Incursion.
Agents of Mayhem is an Nvidia-branded title, so it has a few company specific bells and whistles like “Hybrid Frustum Traced Shadows”, TXAA anti-aliasing, and Nvidia’s Ansel photo tool. There’s a whole article dedicated to that stuff over here.
The 385.28 driver set also fixes a couple of prior issues. A specific problem with DOOM and the GTX 1070 leaving GPU clocks at high speeds after exiting has been addressed, as have performance drops in Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare with the last driver release. Here’s a summary of what’s new, and what remains open as a problem.
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[GeForce GTX 1070][Doom]: The GPU clocks remain running at high performance speeds after exiting from the game. 
[GeForce Experience]: “Any file is missing” error message appears when installing new drivers updated from GFE. 
[Call of Duty Infinite Warfare]: Performance drop occurs with updated driver. 
[SLI][Intel X299]: Low GPU usage resulting in poor performance occurs with the X299. 
[GeForce MX150][Xiaomi TM1604 notebook]: There is no driver support for this product. 
Important Open Issues
[SLI][GeForce GTX 780 Ti]: There is no display output when connecting the DisplayPort and two DVI monitors. 
[GeForce GTX 1070][Surround]: The [Ctrl+Alt+S] keyboard shortcut does not enable or disable Surround. 
[GeForce GTX 970][Quantum Break]: Drop in frame rate occurs when playing the game. 
[GeForce GTX 1080][G-Sync]: With G-Sync enabled, stuttering occurs when playing games on the external display.