According to the release notes, the new driver promises optimal gaming experience for Battlefield V: Firestorm, Anthem, Shadow of the Tomb Raider, and Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
While the latest Game Ready driver is focused on Battlefield V: Firestorm battle royale mode, it does include some other updates, including DLSS support for Anthem, which promises up to 40 percent higher performance on Geforce RTX graphics cards. It also further optimizes performance in Shadow of the Tomb Raider game when DXR Ray-Traced shadows and DLSS are enabled.
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice game has Nvidia Freestyle support, which allows you to customize the appearance of a game in real-time through the application of post-processing filters.
Another big update is the support for Nvidia Surround when using G-Sync Compatible displays. In order to enable it, users will need a Geforce RTX series card, Windows 10 OS v1809 or later, identical G-Sync Compatible monitors, and more. You can check out more details over at Nvidia's G-Sync Compatible article.
The new driver also adds two Asus monitors to the G-Sync Compatible list, the VG278QR and the VG258, and also fixes some issues, including bugs in Far Cry: New Dawn under DirectX 11, Ghost Recon: Wildlands with Ansel, Star Citizen on Turing GPUs, and more.
You can find the full release notes as well as download the new driver for 64-bit Windows 7 and Windows 10 over at Nvidia's support page.