What is HDR rendering?
HDR rendering (high dynamic range) is a method of calculating and rendering an image using a wide color and brightness range.
The ratio of light brightness corresponds to reality, so the shades can be easily differentiated from one another. It allows for the simulation of bright day or dark night, and everything between, as well as looking from a low-light perspective towards a bright light or vice versa in an accurate and realistic way.
The display capabilities of the image are not dependent on any software or hardware: the calculated image is always the same, and does not require any special video cards or monitors.
How to customize HDR
- Go to the Game [Settings]
- Go to [Graphics]
- Adjust the [Gamma] slider
It is possible that the image might appear too bright or too dark for you—both the technical characteristics of a monitor and the way in which you specifically and individually perceive colors influence the way you see it.