We’re still a week away from Halo: Reach’s PC debut, but GeForce users can prepare for its December 3 debut right now by installing NVIDIA’s latest Game Ready Driver. It also provides day-one support for the new Quake II RTX v1.2 update, which brings new textures and scaling options to the classic FPS. Additionally, NVIDIA’s Image Sharpening feature can now be applied to both Vulkan and OpenGL games.
To start your journey through the much-loved Halo games, download and install our new GeForce Game Ready driver from GeForce Experience’s Drivers tab, or our website, for an optimized experience. Pre-release benchmarks with the driver show the GeForce RTX 2060 exceeding 120 FPS at 4K with max settings, and the GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER running at over 200 frames per second!