Titanfall doesn't arrive until March 11th, but if your gaming PC is running an NVIDIA graphics card then it's time for an update, as a fresh batch of GeForce software has been pushed out. The updated drivers - GeForce 335.23 WHQL - polishes the 3D Vision profile for Titanfall, among other games, as well as supporting GeForce ShadowPlay Twitch streaming.
Obviously you'll need a 3D Vision-compatible monitor if you want to play Titanfall using the technology, as well as wear the requisite 3D glasses.
Other changes in the new 335.23 release include an update to the PhysX System Software (for 8-series and later GPUs), a new HD Audio driver, and a new GeForce Experience. There's also enhanced GPU clock offset options for the GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GTX 750.
New SLI profiles have been added for Diablo III, Bound by Flame, DOTA 2, Need for Speed Rivals, and Watch Dogs, while along with Titanfall, Thief and Call of Duty: Ghosts have new or updated 3D Vision profiles.
Titanfall will be released at midnight tonight for those buying the game digitally. However, it may be worth preloading it if you want to play as soon as you can: Origin already has a near-50GB download ready in advance.