Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora – How to Enable HDR

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Avatar Frontiers of Pandora

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is one of the best looking open world games of 2023, with Pandora always being a beautiful place to explore despite some of the other issues the game has. To really make its weird plants pop more, you’re going to want to enable HDR to really absorb Pandora in all its glory.

Enabling HDR in Avatar Frontiers of Pandora is actually pretty easy, as the game gives you the option to do so when you first boot it up. However, in case you missed it the first time, you can pause the game > Settings > Video > Screen Calibration and then turn HDR on on that screen. You can also fiddle with peak brightness and peak brightness UI here.

If you’re unable to change this setting, you may need to adjust the settings within the actual platform you’re playing Avatar on first.

On PlayStation 5, go to Settings > Screen and Video > Video Output > HDR. On PS4, go to Settings > Sound and Screen > Video Output Settings and then select Automatic.

On Xbox, go to Profile & system > Settings > General > TV & display options > Video modes > Allow HDR10.

For PC, you can simply search HDR in Windows to find the settings if you’re on more recent Windows versions, or just go to Settings > System > Display > HDR and fiddle with the settings there.

If you’re still having no luck with enabling HDR in Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora, it may be the case that your display is unfortunately not HDR compatible, or that you need to enable it on the display itself. There are thousands of different displays, so it’s impossible to provide a tutorial for each, but bear in mind that some displays may just be able to recognise a HDR signal but actually do nothing with it.

Don’t forget that HDR may produce some different captures compared to what you were expecting, or the images may appear a bit washed out. May Eywa guide you to a treat for your eyes.

Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora is available on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series.

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