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  • dagrommit
    Original poster 673 posts

    For those with nvidia GPU's, a new driver (496.49) is out that claims to have fixed issues with Division 2:

    https://www.nvidia.com/Download/driverResults.aspx/183364/en-us

    From the release notes:

    [Tom Clancy’s The Division 2]: Flickering and visual corruption may appear after extended gameplay. [3369607]


    I haven't tried them as my setup works fine, but others might find them useful.

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  • hralex1951
    58 posts

    Installed the new drivers and played for a hour, no graphical artifacting at all, looks fixed.

  • An0n0p
    2 posts

    i'm using the latest driver and my game keeps crashing, NOT FIXED!!!!!!!!!

  • dagrommit
    Original poster 673 posts

    @an0n0p it's not claiming to fix the crashes, just the artifacting (i.e. "visual corruption") that forced people to stick with an older driver.

  • SuspiciousPixel
    78 posts

    @an0n0p That's because the crashing is a separate issue and is down to Massive to fix not Nvidia. I liaised with Nvidia to get the fix for the graphical artefacts. The crashes are not caused by them. If you suffer from crashes and want to expedite a fix then it's best posting it in #player support as that is the best way to letting the developers know.

  • XMdead
    92 posts

    @suspiciouspixel I am pretty certain that the devs know.

    But I fear that fixing it probably means separate codebases for PC and consoles (very expensive) or breaking the game on older consoles. It is a very difficult choice for a developer to make, so they probably chose to allow the crashing to continue as the lesser evil.

  • dagrommit
    Original poster 673 posts

    Been playing the GE this week with the new driver, and can confirm there's no artifacting on a RTX 2070 under Windows 10. Still getting the occasional crash, but that wasn't expected to change.

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