Apex Legends players on PC can optimise their gaming experience before the big Battle Pass release later this month.
Developers Respawn Entertainment has not announced when Season One will begin, or when we can expect the Battle Pass to drop.
Respawn CEO, Vince Zampella, provided the latest update on the situation, confirming that his team is still hard at work on the new content.
“It hasn’t even been 4 weeks since we launched! The team is working hard, I promise,” Zampella wrote on Twitter.
And while we don’t know when this new content will land, we do know that Apex PC players can now optimise their games.
Nvidia has announced that their latest GeForce Game Ready driver has been optimised for Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5 and Tom Clancy’s The Division II.
Game Ready Drivers are available on or before launch day for most major titles and are tuned to provide the best performance and gameplay possible (Every Game Ready Driver is also Microsoft WHQL-certified).
The company has also announced that their new upgrade also adds support for three new G-SYNC Compatible gaming monitors.
Here’s more from Nvidia, who confirmed in a new statement: “Our newest Game Ready Driver introduces optimisations and updates for Apex Legends, Devil May Cry 5, and Tom Clancy’s The Division II, giving you the best possible experience from the second you start playing.
“In addition, we continue to optimise and improve already-released games, such as Metro Exodus, AnthemTM, and Battlefield V, which are included in our new GeForce RTX Triple Threat Bundle.
“This bundle gets you a copy of each game with eligible GeForce RTX 2080 Ti or 2080 GPUs, desktops or laptops.
“Or, if you buy a GeForce RTX 2070 or 2060 GPU, desktop or laptop, you can pick one of the three games to take home and enjoy at high detail levels and framerates.”
To download and install the new driver for Apex Legends, fans need to fire up GeForce Experience and click on the “Drivers” tab.
It follows news that Apex Legends has become a massively played game over a very short period of time.
Respawn recently announced that Apex Legends has hit 50 Million players worldwide since its release earlier in February.
This has probably been helped by the big Battle Royale audience built by earlier games like H1Z1, PUBG and Fortnite Battle Royale.