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Posted August 25, 2017 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

New GeForce Destiny 2 Game Ready Driver Gets You Ready for the Beta (Updated)


nVidia has today released a new game ready driver which will optimise your GeForce Destiny 2 performance just in time for the upcoming Destiny 2 Open Beta. Geforce Destiny 2 Game Ready Driver 385.41 is now available to download via the GeForce Experience app, and comes in at just under 500 MB.

After the success of the beta on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Windows PC gamers have been itching to try out Bungie’s latest AAA title. The Destiny 2 beta is due to start on August 28 and will be available exclusively to those that have pre-ordered the game for the first 24 hours. The Destiny 2 beta will then become an open beta for the remaining 48 hours.

Rocket Chainsaw is still waiting for the word from Activision as to when the Destiny 2 open beta will be available for pre-download. We are just three days away from the event now, so make sure you check back here for more information as we’ll update this article as soon as the download hits the Blizzard App.

Check out the Windows PC requirements below:

Destiny 2 PC Beta Minimum System Requirements

Destiny 2 PC Beta Recommended System Requirements

Destiny 2 is launching September 6th on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, while Windows PC fans will have to wait a little while longer while Bungie works to optimise its performance, with the PC version launching on October 25.

The driver also includes Game Ready updates for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, ARK: Survival Evolved, Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 and F1 2017. To read more about the GeForce Destiny 2 Game Ready driver, click here to visit the official nVidia page.

UPDATE: The Destiny 2 PC Beta download has just gone live and clocks in at a very acceptable 16 GB download. The beta kicks off for pre-orders at 10AM PDT on Monday which equates to 3AM AEST Tuesday for those keeping count on the East coast of Australia. We hope to see you there!


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?


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