Gwen Vasquez
January 9, 2018

Last but not least, ShadowPlay Highlights support has been added to Fortnite Battle Royale, Crossout, Elex, and Jue Di Qiu Sheng. The latest addition to the GeForce Experience, NVIDIA Freestyle, allows you to apply post-processing filters on your games while you play. Better yet, implementing them will be as simple as any other in-game graphics setting, as Freestyle will implement these effects into the game overlay, so they'll only ever be a single keyboard command away.

"All patching, game configuring and driver updating is handled automatically by the GeForce Now infrastructure, and games take just 30 seconds to install", Nvidia said.

Issue: G-Sync displays may go blank when you switch between different overclocked memory clocks multiple times.

Freestyle's more serious uses include a colorblind mode that makes it easier for colorblind gamers to differentiate between colors. While numerous available filters and settings may help to add some flair to gameplay, there's also a colorblind mode created to help those with colorblindness better distinguish colors, and a night mode that cuts down on blue light to facilitate improved sleep.

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We've integrated Freestyle at the driver level for seamless compatibility with games.

While PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds picked up some last minute graphics drivers optimizations from Nvidia towards the end up last month to coincide with the title's 1.0 release on PC, the game has for some time included support for ShadowPlay Highlights.

Freestyle is set to debut on January 9 with support for as many as 100 titles, expanding to a larger number in the near future. It adds Game Ready support for Fortnite and updates SLI profiles for Dirt4, Total War: Warhammer II and X-Morph: Defense. Note that you need the latest version of the GeForce Experience app as well (version 3.12) which Nvidia plans to release tomorrow.

The public beta is now available in North America and Europe, and you can see the full list of compatible games - which includes PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Fortnite, Hearthstone, Call of Duty: WWII, Battlefront II and over a hundred others - right here on Nvidia's website. You can enable them via the Experimental Features from within GeForce Experience settings.

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