Battlefield V open beta is around the corner and will soon go live for PC gamers. To prepare your hardware for the upcoming action-packed matches, Nvidia has rolled out Geforce driver update 399.07 WHQL. The game brings features that would help Nvidia hardware run Battlefield V open beta at the best of its capabilities.
While you will be able to experience the beta without installing the new driver update. It is recommended that you do update your graphics driver to ensure a smoother, better experience.
In addition to Battlefield V open beta support, Nvidia Geforce driver update 399.07 adds SLI Multi-Card support for F1 2018, and other Game Ready features for Immortal: Unchained, Pro Evolution Soccer 2019, Strange Brigade, and Switchblade.
- Setting TAA at 100% in Rainbow Six Siege causes screen to be blurry when not moving in after driver update.
- Fixed diagonal tearing by using win7-blit model for MSHybrid (Optimus) notebooks.
- OpenGL driver does not release the rendering context correctly for GTX 1050 and 1070
- Blue-screen crash occurs when using Oculus VR software.
- On 600/700 series Kepler GPUs, missing textures in DOOM when using Vulkan API.
- Stability issues occur when running LA Noire VR.
- Stuttering and performance issues occur for some Call of Duty Black Ops 4 configurations.
- Windowed G-Sync mode may stutter after upgrading to Windows 10 Spring Creators Update.
Other minor details and the download link is available on the official Nvidia website. Meanwhile, Battlefield V open beta begins on September 6 while preload will be available starting September 3, at 8:00 UTC.
You can get early access to Battlefield V open beta if you are a member of EA Access, Origin Access, Origin Access Premier, or have pre-ordered a copy of Battlefield V from PlayStation Store, Xbox Marketplace, and EA Origin for PC.
Beta early access will begin on September 4, two before it is open to everyone else. Battlefield V is set to launch of PS4, Xbox One, PC on October 19.