Publisher: Activision (2017-2019); Bungie (2019-Present)
Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC, Stadia, PS5, Xbox Series X
Available to download now.
Two big games are launching on PC this week- Assassin’s Creed Origins, and Destiny 2, which finally brings Bungie’s sequel to its popular shared world shooter to PC gamers. And in advance of the release of these two games, NVIDIA has released a brand new update for its graphic cards, with game ready profiles for these two titles highlighting the new drivers.
The update is 388.00, and you should be able to get it via the GeForce Experience app or the official GeForce website; assuming you intend on playing Destiny 2, you might as well get it now, because that game is going to launch on PC tomorrow (Assassin’s Creed players still have some time before Friday).
Destiny 2 will be available on PC on October 24, a month and a half after its release on the PS4 and Xbox One last month; Assassin’s Creed Origins launches day and date on the PC with the Xbox One and PS4 this Friday, on October 27.