Which PS4 games have the best HDR support? What games show off high dynamic range the most? If you've recently purchased a HDR compatible TV, chances are you're looking for the games that make the best use of the fancy tech. Your new 4KTV has HDR, and you want to see it in action, right? In this list, we've gathered what we think are some of the best examples of HDR support in PlayStation 4 games. If you want to see high dynamic range at its best, take a look at the games below.
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Assassin's Creed Odyssey is a good-looking game to start with, but throw in HDR, and Ancient Greece has never looked better. Ubisoft's open world RPG goes the extra mile with a couple of HDR-related sliders in the settings, allowing you to get the best picture quality possible.
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If you're going to struggle your way through a bleak, post-apocalyptic Oregon, you might as well do it in style. Days Gone is a brilliant showcase for HDR on PS4.
Santa Monica Studio's latest is a visual showpiece for PS4, but it's also one of the system's best examples of HDR. The fantastical setting lends itself to the technology brilliantly thanks to its vivid colours. Boy, it looks good.
It should be no surprise to see GT Sport on this list, as it looks absolutely stunning with HDR support. As with Assassin's Creed, though, Polyphony Digital's driving sim goes above and beyond with HDR settings in its options. It allows you to achieve the best image possible, and it's worth the extra effort.
Guerrilla's open world action game was an early champion for HDR support, and it remains one of the best examples on PS4. The mix of the natural setting and synthetic elements, like the robot enemies and certain environments, means this game shows a huge range of visuals, and HDR takes it all to another level.