One of my personal highlights of CES 2017 would have to be NVIDIA's unveiling of their new 4K-capable 144Hz G-Sync displays that support HDR. They are absolutely beautiful in person, and now we're going to be getting some games to play them on.
According to BioWare boss Aaron Flynn, Mass Effect: Andromeda will support HDR10 - as well as Dolby Vision. The BioWare team has said they are not rushing the game out to market, as it has been in development for 5 years now, according to the game's lead designer, Ian Frazier.
Mass Effect: Andromeda is going to be one of the biggest PC releases of the year, and HDR is going to be a big driver behind it. I can't wait to get my hands-on a pair of GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards, a new 4K 144Hz HDR-capable G-Sync display (or 3...) and Mass Effect: Andromeda for some HDR gaming goodness.
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