Nvidia’s Geforce 436.51 driver Hotfix’s their EA game crashing issues

Nvidia's Geforce 436.51 driver Hotfix's their EA game crashing issues

Nvidia’s Geforce 436.51 driver Hotfix’s their EA game crashing issues

While Nvidia’s new Geforce 436.48 drivers have been great for players of Ghost Recon: Breakpoint, they haven’t been well received by players of many of EA’s latest games, with players of FIFA 19, FIFA 20, Star Wars: Battlefront II and Apex Legends experiencing issues that range from crashes to random flickering. 

Today, Nvidia has released their new Geforce 436.51 Hotfix driver for the company’s gaming GPU lineup, addressing these issues while providing the game optimisations as the company’s recently released 436.48 drivers.  

As always, Nvidia’s hotfix release notes are basic. You can read them in full below. Basically, if you have experienced these issues, update your driver, if not, then you are safe to continue using what you have. Why update your drivers to fix a game that you don’t even play?

Nvidia’s 436.51 Hotfix driver addresses the following:

– FIFA 19/FIFA 20/Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017) – Game may randomly crash to desktop
– Apex Legends: Random flicker during gameplay

  

Nvidia's Geforce 436.51 driver Hotfix's their EA game crashing issues  
Nvidia’s Geforce 436.51 Hotfix Driver is available to download here. 

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