Battlefield 1’s Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game

Battlefield 1's Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game

Battlefield 1’s Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game

 

Dice has officially revealed that Battlefield 1 will be receiving HDR10 support on September 5th alongside the game’s “In the Name of the Tsar” Expansion pack, which is set to add six new maps, new weapons, new vehicles and more when it releases to Battlefield 1 Premium Pass owners. 

All that Battlefield 1 users will need to take advantage of this feature is an HDR compliant console/PC and an HDR-ready display, with the new functionality releasing for both Premium Pass and standard owners of the game. 

 

With the Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar update comes a new addition granting even higher fidelity and immersion to Battlefield 1: HDR10 support.

HDR (High Dynamic Range) makes the visuals of Battlefield 1 even more stunning for owners of the required tech (a screen with HDR support together with a console/PC with HDR capabilities.)

With an expanded contrast ratio and colour palette, more realistic, immersive, and natural visuals will be possible. As you charge through the snowy Lupkow Pass or scout the dark alleys of Tsaritsyn, the light and dark areas will be more detailed, and look more similar to what the human eye would register.

  
Battlefield 1's Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game  

At this time it is unknown how much of a visual impact this new functionality will have on the game, though only a minimal number of players will be able to experience this function due to the lack of HDR displays on the market and the sheer expense of high-end HDR displays. 

 

You can join the discussion on Battlefield 1’s upcoming HDR10 support on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Battlefield 1's Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game

Battlefield 1’s Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game

 

Dice has officially revealed that Battlefield 1 will be receiving HDR10 support on September 5th alongside the game’s “In the Name of the Tsar” Expansion pack, which is set to add six new maps, new weapons, new vehicles and more when it releases to Battlefield 1 Premium Pass owners. 

All that Battlefield 1 users will need to take advantage of this feature is an HDR compliant console/PC and an HDR-ready display, with the new functionality releasing for both Premium Pass and standard owners of the game. 

 

With the Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar update comes a new addition granting even higher fidelity and immersion to Battlefield 1: HDR10 support.

HDR (High Dynamic Range) makes the visuals of Battlefield 1 even more stunning for owners of the required tech (a screen with HDR support together with a console/PC with HDR capabilities.)

With an expanded contrast ratio and colour palette, more realistic, immersive, and natural visuals will be possible. As you charge through the snowy Lupkow Pass or scout the dark alleys of Tsaritsyn, the light and dark areas will be more detailed, and look more similar to what the human eye would register.

  
Battlefield 1's Name of the Tsar expansion will bring HDR10 support to the game  

At this time it is unknown how much of a visual impact this new functionality will have on the game, though only a minimal number of players will be able to experience this function due to the lack of HDR displays on the market and the sheer expense of high-end HDR displays. 

 

You can join the discussion on Battlefield 1’s upcoming HDR10 support on the OC3D Forums.