Samsung has announced its first displays that will support the hdr10+ gaming standard. The new 2022 lineup of qled TVs and gaming monitors will be the first to support the standard.
Samsung teamed with Samsung to bring support for hdr10+ to redout 2 and pinball FX. redout 2 will both be showcased at CES 2022 (as long as the game developer does n’t drop out).
The Xbox series X and s already support at least ten games on Dolby vision. The games include Halo infinite, Gears 5, and call of Duty: Black Ops cold war.
Samsung says the standard will work’over 120Hz’ but does not go into detail. The standard targets four times its peak brightness.
Samsung’s rival LG announced its C1 and G1 OLED displays with the Dolby vision gaming standard in June of this year.