Samsung’s HDR10+ GAMING format now supported by Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Cyberpunk 2077


The industry group behind HDR10+, HDR10+ Technologies LLC, has announced the release of new HDR10+ gaming games from some of the leading game developers. These games are Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty from CD PROJEKT RED and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare III from Sledgehammer Games. Both games currently support the relatively new standard introduced in 2022. Two action-packed giants have adopted the cutting-edge visual format known as HDR10+ Gaming, heralding an unparalleled gaming experience for PC players.

With their vibrant visual upgrades on compatible settings, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and Cyberpunk 2077, together with their addition, Phantom Liberty, are now leading the high dynamic range revolution. Currently, most HDR games are in the HDR10 format, but there is a growing number of releases in the higher-end Dolby Vision HDR format. Game makers may simply integrate HDR10+ gaming into their products without incurring any additional expenditures, as it is royalty-free, unlike other game formats.

More developers and publishers will be able to release games with this certification, all credit to Unreal Engine’s recent integration of support for HDR10 + Gaming. As previously stated by Samsung, the first descendant is the world’s very first HDR10+ gaming title. HDR10+. HDR10+ Technologies LLC has verified that the game will also be accessible in the summer of 2024. Also, an upgrade for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 will launch the HDR10+ Gaming GUI in early 2024.

What is the HDR10+ gaming feature?

A TV or monitor may be automatically placed in a low-latency reference mode by using the automated HDR calibration feature included in the HDR10+ Gaming standard. Variable refresh rates (VRR) at 4K at 120 frames per second are also supported for incredibly clear images. These and other cutting-edge technologies make realistic and convenient gaming possible, improving overall performance and accurately reflecting the creator’s aim. More accurate game output for compatible TVs is achieved by the format’s use of HDR10+ Source Side Tone Mapping (SSTM).

Bill Mandel, the co-manager of HDR10+ Technologies LLC, said, “The use of HDR10+ technologies has grown exponentially to fully encompass a variety of platforms and providers. Now, with the availability of plug-in cards from NVIDIA, game studios and developers can also realize the full benefits of HDR10+ gaming on certified monitors and televisions.”

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