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Overwatch 2, the highly anticipated free-to-play sequel launches today. NVIDIA’s latest Game Ready driver delivers optimized performance in Overwatch 2, also provides support for Microsoft Flight Simulator with the game’s new DLSS 2 update.

There is also support for 4 new G-SYNC Compatible gaming displays and 16 new Optimal Playable Settings for popular games.

Game Ready for Overwatch 2 with NVIDIA Reflex

At launch, GeForce gamers can increase responsiveness with NVIDIA Reflex. By reducing system latency, NVIDIA Reflex provides faster target acquisition, quicker reaction times, and the best aim precision for competitive games. Fire first, dodge enemy attacks, and get the jump on competitors.

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To maximize your competitiveness, up your frame rates with faster graphics cards, and leverage the unparalleled motion clarity of 360Hz G-SYNC esports gaming monitors.

On the new GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards, you can exceed 360 frames per second at 2560×1440, the new competitive sweet spot for performance, clarity, and low latency gaming. In fact, the new GPUs are so fast, Blizzard has increased the frame rate cap in Overwatch 2 to 600 frames per second.

“Overwatch 2 absolutely shines on the highest ‘Epic’ setting with a GeForce RTX 4080, and even in a climactic team fight, the game has never been smoother or more responsive”  -John Lafleur, Technical Director, Overwatch

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NVIDIA Reflex Reduces System Latency by up to 60%

With the click of a button, GeForce gamers see up to a whopping 60% improvement in system latency thanks to Overwatch 2’s support for NVIDIA Reflex. That means faster target acquisition, quicker reaction times, and the best aim precision.

GeForce RTX 40 Series

The new GeForce RTX 40 Series graphics cards are beyond fast, so Blizzard increased Overwatch 2’s frame rate cap to 600 FPS, from the 400 FPS of Overwatch, ensuring competitive gamers and esports pros can get the ultimate experience when using the new, beyond fast GPUs.

System latency on a GeForce RTX 40 Series GPU is as low as 8 milliseconds, and frame rates 500+ FPS at 1440p.

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