We have become accustomed with astonishing tranquility to some games come to market with slight stability issues and other errors that have to do with graphics. In short, we are certain that sooner or later a good patch will arrive that fixes everything, and even the card manufacturer will dare to contribute their grain of sand with a update his drivers. Well, something like this has happened with Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2.
The players came complaining
It is obvious that Call of Duty It is one of those sagas that have millions of players eager every year to try the new experience devised by Activision. Modern Warfare 2 is not an exception and as has been happening systematically in recent years, since the PC (and consoles) lives connected to the internet, the game has not landed as fine as it shouldcausing minor issues that centered around two things: minor graphical bugs and an obvious lack of stability across different configurations.
This being the case, and apart from the fact that Activision is trying to correct these small problems on a daily basis, NVIDIA has just released an update to its tool game-readyin such a way that many of the novelties have to do with this reduction in execution problems in the company’s graphs as well as ending with those specific errors (corruption issues they call them) and also with the instability that many users have reported in official and unofficial forums.
As you know, one of the recommendations that PC game developers always make is that, as important as having the client updated, it is to do the same with the drivers of the graphics card, especially with the new technologies that are being used by the most advanced NVIDIA models and that apply artificial intelligence technologies.
NVIDIA DLSS and Reflex arrive
with these new drivers of game-ready Not only are these problems corrected but, on top of that, we can add support for DLSS which, as you all probably already know, is capable of multiplying the performance of the game and, in some cases, even doubling the frame rate per second simply by applying artificial intelligence technology: the GPU no longer has to render frames added but new ones are drawn thanks to an AI from the previous one and the later one processed by the graphics card. You can even do it from lower resolutions and turn a 1080p into full 4K.
As if that were not enough, and if your intention with Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 is to go one step further within the competitive landscape of its multiplayer –with its sights set on an eSports tournament–, these drivers of game-ready also add support for NVIDIA Reflex, which is a technology that serves to drastically reduce latency, in such a way that we will not miss anything that happens in the game and we will be able to respond to the action, within the map, at the same time that it practically takes place on the server. In complete and absolute real time.
Remember to download this new package of game-ready from the link that we leave you below.