Nvidia Reflex Game Ready Driver for F1 24 & Hellblade II

Serum, Senua's Saga: Hellblade II, and EA SPORTS F1 24 run best on day one using NVIDIA's GeForce Game Ready Driver

In the official video game of the 2024 FIA Formula One World Championship, EA SPORTS F1 24, race as one of 20 real-life drivers

Players of the Champions Edition and EA Play Pro subscribers can get F1 24 starting on May 28

When F1 24's ray-traced effects are enabled, GeForce RTX gamers can use their GPU's dedicated Ray Tracing Cores to maximise frame rates

Hellblade II, from Ninja Theory and Xbox Game Studios, supports DLSS and Reflex from the start, providing GeForce RTX users the best experience

Ninja Theory and Xbox Game Studios' Hellblade II supports DLSS and Reflex natively, giving GeForce RTX users the optimal experience

Serum, which goes into Early Access on May 23, offers GeForce RTX gamers the best experience possible with day-one support for DLSS, DLAA, and NVIDIA Reflex