If you have a TV that does HDR properly, I would.....
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Posted on: 02-13-2020 09:56.
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Or I mean I guess you can wait for the next gen to come out, and then I'll sell you my XOX because I'm for sure going to get the upgrade .
But seriously, games that do it right are stunning. Apparently some don't, RDR2 is supposedly pretty shit with HDR, it is faked mostly. But when the rendering pipeline properly uses it and the artists properly designed for it, wow.
You do need a TV that handles it right though. All new TVs say they are HDR and will take an HDR signal, but plenty of them can't really display the image worth a shit and won't look good. It needs to either be an OLED or it needs to have full-array local dimming, not edge dimming, and have a reasonable number of zones, probably 100 or more on a 65" set.
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