Ghostwire: Tokyo: How To Enable HDR

Ghostwire HDR
Ghostwire HDR

If there’s one game that really comes to life with HDR, it’s Ghostwire: Tokyo. The neon streets of Tokyo are incredibly vivid with HDR enabled, even more so during rainfall.

To enable HDR in Ghostwire: Tokyo, go to Options > Graphics > HDR and then change the settings that you find there until you have it as you visually want it. If the setting says Brightness instead, this means that you don’t have HDR enabled or supported on your TV, monitor or platform.

If you’re on PS5, make sure you go to Settings > Screen and Video > Video Output > HDR and check that everything is enabled correctly. Be sure to check the specific settings on your television for HDR as well.

On PC, specifically Windows 11, search for HDR in your start menu and select HDR settings from there. If you can’t turn the setting on, that means your monitor isn’t HDR compliant, or isn’t turned on within the settings of the monitor itself. Be sure to fiddle with your monitor settings as well, but don’t forget that HDR ready isn’t the same thing as proper HDR, meaning that your monitor may be able to recognise a HDR signal but not actually do anything with it.

Ghostwire: Tokyo is available on PC and PS5.

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