Intel has recently released a new Arc Game-On GPU driver that promises to enhance the gaming experience for users. This driver update is specifically designed for Arc A-series graphics cards and Arc-integrated graphics found on Core Ultra CPUs. One of the key features of this update is the support for the latest DLCs for popular games like Elden Ring and Destiny 2.

In addition to the new game support, the Arc Game-On GPU driver also offers performance improvements for existing titles. For example, games like Chivalry 2 are now up to 16% faster, while the Crysis series (including Crysis 1 and Crysis 2) see a 10% increase in performance. Furthermore, the update addresses crashes in games like No Rest for the Wicked.

Here is a summary of the key highlights of the Intel Graphics Driver (WHQL):

– Support for Destiny 2: The Final Shape and Elden Ring Shadow of the Erdtree
– Performance improvements for Chivalry 2 and Crysis series
– Fix for crashes in No Rest for the Wicked

The update also includes fixes for known issues with certain games and applications. For example, No Man’s Sky and Enshrouded may experience crashes during gameplay on Intel Arc A-series Graphics Products. Similarly, PugetBench Extended Preset Benchmark may fail to complete certain Adobe Premiere Pro Processing Tests on Intel Core Ultra with built-in Intel Arc GPUs.

Overall, this driver update is a significant step towards enhancing the gaming performance of Intel graphics cards. Users can download the update to enjoy improved frame rates and stability in their favorite games. Intel continues to prioritize the gaming experience for its users and is committed to providing regular updates to optimize performance.