NVIDIA releases ForceWare BETA Driver, Things Get Shiny

January 21st, 2009

There’s a lot of talk about DICE’s Mirror’s Edge, but don’t take my word for it, as there are plenty of articles discussing its worth as a game. Whether you enjoyed it or not is up to you, but we can at least take the comfort of know that NVIDIA is still supporting the product with a new driver for its graphics cards.

Just released yesterday, the new driver is compatible with the 8-, 9-, and 200 series of graphics cards as long as they have at least 256 megs of memory attached to them. Since that will be about 99% of those of you reading this, maybe this could be the reason to finally grab Mirror’s Edge for PC. If not, then perhaps watching a side-by-side comparison of the new driver does for you may entice you to fork over the $49.99 for the game.

Personally, while the add-on is nice and definitely pushes the boundaries of what PC gaming can do, having it for the purpose of Mirror’s Edge seems like kind of a moot point. True, the engine will definitely be used in other games in the future, but the fact that it’s only going for this one right now kind of makes it not worth it. Things are definitely looking good in the near future, however.

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