Those of you with fancy HDR TVs will be happy to hear that Battlefield 1 will be getting High Dynamic Range support bundled with the next patch. This will allow for “even higher fidelity and immersion to Battlefield 1.”
With an expanded contrast ratio and color 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.
HDR support will be included in the In the Name of the Tsar DLC patch, which will be available to play starting September 5. Premium Pass owners will have two weeks early access to the content. On September 19, “the most extensive Battlefield expansion yet” will be available to purchase by all players.
With 6 new maps (including the newly released Lupkow Pass), new weapons, new vehicles, the new Supply Drop mode, the Hussars, and the Russian Army joining the fight, Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar is packed with fresh content. To learn more about the expansion, head to the Battlefield 1 In the Name of the Tsar page.
If you’d rather see some of the content in action, give this teaser trailer a watch:
Looking forward to the new expansion? Will you be utilizing the new HDR support?
Source: Battlefield (Official)