The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order is almost here, and NVIDIA is making sure you will thoroughly enjoy the game. \n \nNVIDIA dropped the WHQL 441.20 game-ready driver, which is said to optimize the Jedi Fallen Order. These game-ready drivers will help give the best possible gaming experience for the users. They are released to match the accommodating demands of the latest video game titles. NVIDIA also releases drivers for VR titles. \n \n \n \nThe designers at NVIDIA are making sure to tweak the driver for performance and bug fix. This makes sure that users will not encounter any problems by the time they play the game. \n \nStar Wars Jedi: Fallen Order tells the story of Cal Kestis, a Padawan, who escaped the purge ordered by The Empire. He has been living incognito until he had to use The Force to save a friend. However, the act of kindness was witnessed by a probe droid under the order of the Empire. \n \nThe Empire then ordered an assassin, an apprentice of Darth Vader himself, to kill Kestis. The Jedi must then train hard to control the force and the lightsaber to help topple the Empire. It is developed by Respawn Entertainment and published under the EA brand. \n \nAccordingly, the game-ready driver supposedly included performance optimizations and profiles for Fallen Order. Also, the driver can also enhance the gaming experience for the VR game, Stormland. \n \nThe timing of the release for the WHQL 441.20 driver couldn’t have gone better. The Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order has been one of the most anticipated titles in 2019. EA is finally releasing the game on Origins on Nov. 15, which is just a few days away. \n \nThis is also not the first time that NVIDIA has come through for users. \n \nJust a week ago, NVIDIA also released the 441.12 game-ready driver optimized for Red Dead Redemption II. The driver is also meant to enhance the Borderlands 3 and Need for Speed Heat 3. \n \nThe company also recommended some graphics cards for Red Dead Redemption II. The GPUs include RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2070 Super, and the RTX 2060. \n \nTo be clear, you can play Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order or Red Dead Redemption even without downloading the driver. However, the gameplay might not be as smooth compared to when you have the 441.12 or 441.20 drivers.