Nvidia is also importing Steam game collections into the GeForce Now service for Windows, making it even more intriguing for PC gamers who are interested in playing their collection on the go on a laptop that wouldn't normally handle such games. Its new system, known as Freestyle, allows modifications to be implemented right into the Nvidia software, giving users without the technical know-how, inclination or time, to enjoy the benefits of an overhauled lighting and coloring system that can have such a big impact on how games look.
NVIDIA Freestyle is a new beta feature that which lets you apply post-processing filters to your games while you play. In case you weren't aware of, the NVIDIA Freestyle lets you apply post-processing filters to your games.
Provides the optimal gaming experience for Fortnite, including support for ShadowPlay Highlights in Battle Royale mode. Your saved games are stored in the cloud, meaning you can access them from different devices (perhaps running different operating systems). For example, you can create a retro war-themed filter for your favorite FPS or enhance color and contrast to make a game look more photorealistic.
There will even be a color blind mode for those who find themselves unable to play certain games because its coloring makes it too hard to differentiate different aspects of the game's aesthetics. Gamers can even use night mode, which reduces blue color so users can sleep better after a night of gaming. Nvidia says it has "integrated Freestyle at the driver level for seamless compatibility with games". Games supported by the service include PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Fortnite, and Ark: Survival Evolved. Additionally, we're announcing support for two new Highlights titles, including Crossout and Elex. We've also added eight new filters and the ability to combine multiple filters to capture even more wonderful photographs. And you can crank up the graphics detail settings to high, as well.
Nvidia released the Nvidia GeForce Game Reader 390.65 WHQL driver for GeForce graphics cards on January 8th, 2018.
You need to enable "Enable Experimental Features" in the GeForce Experience client after driver installation to enable the feature.