As the company announced yesterday evening, a hotfix driver with the version number 461.81 has now been made available for download, which is supposed to fix some problems with the game-ready driver 461.72. The changes listed in the changelog include shader cache optimizations in connection with Fortnite, fixed graphics errors in Red Dead Redemption 2, crashes in Detroit: Become Human and shorter loading times in Rocket League. Furthermore, the random flickering on GTX 1660 super graphics cards has been fixed and NVIDIA Surround with 4K HDMI 2.1 televisions is possible again.
A complete overview of the changelog with all resolved problems can be found in the summary below:
- [Fortnite] Shader cache optimizations to reduce intermittent jerking in some PC configurations.
- [GeForce GTX 1660 Super]: With some PC configurations, random flickering may appear at the top of the monitor. 
- [Vulkan] Red Dead Redemption 2 may display pixelated black dots. 
- Some desktop applications may jerky in some PC configurations when moving in the window.
- Enabling NVIDIA Surround with 4K HDMI 2.1 TVs may fail. 
- [Rocket League] Games may take longer to load. 
As usual, the Game Ready driver 461.81 can be downloaded directly from NVIDIA’s homepage.