Samsung announced that it will bring HDR10+ Gaming standard support for its upcoming screens. For many gamers, HDR10 is already the most useful feature in a TV; for those who have it, it allows for a wider gamut of colors and greater contrast between bright lights and dark scenes.
First Samsung HDR10+ gaming screens are on the way
HDR10+ takes things a step further by adding features like a “peak brightness” setting and the ability to set black levels to the highest possible. The new QLED TVs from Samsung will be the first to include HDR10+, which aims to deliver more vivid and realistic images for gaming.
Samsung and Saber Interactive have teamed up to bring support for HDR10+ to Redout 2 and Pinball FX. At CES 2022, they’ll be demoing the games with HDR10+ support. Also, Happy Trails and the Kidnapped Princess from Game Mechanic Studios will offer the HDR10+ gaming experience.
“Samsung provides HDR10+ GAMING support for hassle-free, accurate HDR gameplay experience with low-latency, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and over 120Hz.”
If you want to experience HDR10+ gaming on your PC, it will require an Nvidia graphics card, a supported game, and one of Samsung’s new displays.