Game On Driver for Intel® Arc™ Graphics for The Swordsmen X: Survival*, STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor*, and Redfall*!

Intel® Game On Drivers deliver the best experience for gamers playing on Intel Graphics with optimized launch-day patches and performance updates as new games release.

No need to fear getting voted off the island; surviving this week’s new games is easy with the advantage of fresh Intel Arc Game On drivers. The Swordsmen X: Survival, STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor, and Redfall are here to put your survival skills to the test, and with Intel Arc graphics you’ll feast on abundant performance piled high with stunning visual fixings.

The Swordsmen X: Survival

The Swordsmen X: Survival takes your swordplay to a new genre. Building upon the world established in the battle royale The Swordsmen X, Survival bestows upon you gifts worthy of any combat master: a survival-crafting world to explore, plunder, and build in as you establish your own school of martial arts. The ancient Chinese world sprawls across a massive 256 square kilometers, each vista more beautiful than the last. Pristine forests and coastlines invite you to explore and grow your powers with friends at your side. Draw your choice of weapons spanning double-edged jian swords to bows and everything in between — you’ll need to be at your fighting best to lay powerful palace bosses to rest and claim their riches for yourself.

Historic locations such as the fishing town of Niujiao Village in the Matsu Islands invite you to set your sword down a while and build. Shelter yourself from dynamic weather, and during the day, scout your surroundings for animals to hunt for resources to grow your home with. This beautiful blend of Chinese history and fantasy looks and runs spectacularly on Intel Arc graphics, with the A750 achieving over 60 FPS at 1440p with High settings.

The rich world of The Swordsmen X: Survival will be ready for you to explore today, available on Steam. Currently the game’s only available language is Simplified Chinese.

STAR WARS Jedi: Survivor

The most captivating Star Wars story of modern gaming returns with Jedi: Survivor. Cal Kestis, now matured into his abilities as a full Jedi Knight, must resist the relentless onslaught of the growing totalitarianism of the Galactic Empire. Aided by allies made during the events of Fallen Order, Cal must push past Imperial peril to reorganize the Jedi, spread across the galaxy in hiding.

Beyond continuing the seamless storytelling set forth by STAR WARS Jedi: Fallen Order, the renewed tenacity of the Empire has driven Cal to draw a less civilized weapon than his lightsaber. New combat mechanics adding blasters give Jedi Knight Kestis more range than ever — just don’t be clumsy with that weapon. Intel Arc graphics handle the heat of galactic conflict averaging 68 FPS at 1080p High settings on the Intel Arc A750.


Vampires have taken over the town of Redfall, Massachusetts. Team up and take them down. This four-player co-op shooter gives you and three friends the choice of four charismatic saviors to play, each determined to release Redfall from the jaws of the vampire legion. Even with the sky blotted out, your trusty arsenal of modern weaponry and magic abilities give you the power to push back the forces of darkness.

Go stealthy or go loud in the open world of Redfall. The carefully crafted environment covers dense urban areas, lush forests, and spacious seaside, all of which look great on Intel Arc graphics. You’ll have all the speed you need to thwart the brood of bloodsuckers averaging 78 FPS at 1440p High settings, or for even more velocity, turn on Intel XeSS.

Unbeatable Performance per Dollar

What’s better than getting over 60 FPS in all the latest games? Doing it at a better price. The Intel Arc A750 continues to be one of the most phenomenal values in PC gaming at $249. The A750 trades blows with the Nvidia RTX 3060 in this week’s new games for over $130 less.

After all, revolutionizing the graphics market for the benefit of gamers is what Intel Arc graphics are all about. We’ve been doing it nonstop for over six months and we’re not stopping now!

Zachary Hill - Intel Arc Graphics

Zachary Hill

April 27, 2023

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