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Just received official word from 2K, that NBA 2K17 will support HDR on the PlayStation 4, following a post launch patch.

In case you missed it, HDR was previously confirmed for the Xbox One S.

What is HDR? Check out this article from Trusted Reviews.

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# 1 Rockie_Fresh88 @ 09/08/16 06:08 PM
Thank you for this confirmation !

Now 2k just needs to add their name to the ps4 pro mode list .
 
# 2 DirtyMagic5 @ 09/08/16 08:50 PM
Awesome news.... Now I don't need an xbone s .... Yet
 
# 3 zeojaydub @ 09/08/16 10:48 PM
good to know cant wait to see all the comparisons
 
# 4 michaelhawj @ 09/08/16 11:25 PM
that's great news to hear. i definitely getting PS4 Pro
 
# 5 BQ32 @ 09/09/16 12:04 AM
I want to know if it will support upgraded resolution, framerate, or graphical fidelity for the PS4 Pro since it will have well over twice the power of the OG Playstation. Definitely help decide what console I should get it for. I would quickly abandon my xbox friends for an upgraded version of the game on the PS Pro lol.
 
# 6 Wejwer89 @ 09/09/16 12:20 AM
Is it possible only on PS4 Pro , or regular PS4 as well?
 
# 7 Rockie_Fresh88 @ 09/09/16 12:21 AM
Regular ps4 as well . Wonder when that post patch will drop
 
# 8 BEARYChi @ 09/09/16 12:26 AM
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Originally Posted by Wejwer89
Is it possible only on PS4 Pro , or regular PS4 as well?
Regular PS4 as well..... The Regular PS4 is having the HDR update next week.
 
# 9 snc237 @ 09/09/16 11:22 AM
The problem with current HDR 4K TVs (I'm looking to invest in one with in a year or two) is that it significantly increases your input lag. Now if you put your tv to game mode it turns of HDR. They really need to make a HDR game mode setting. I'm hoping next year batch of TVs address this
 
# 10 tnixen @ 09/09/16 11:54 AM
Do you need a HDMI 2.0 Cable in order for HDR to work?

Or is that just for 4K HDR?
 
# 11 MrStriker09 @ 09/09/16 01:51 PM
Is the prelude HDR for xbox?
 
# 12 amazspidey @ 09/09/16 02:38 PM
Wow awesome news , how is this possible always thought HDR was only possible with HDMI 2.0 ps4 runs HDMI 1.4.
 
# 13 cthurt @ 09/09/16 03:33 PM
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Originally Posted by amazspidey
Wow awesome news , how is this possible always thought HDR was only possible with HDMI 2.0 ps4 runs HDMI 1.4.


I thought 2.0 was just for 4k viewing though and HDR was more of a TV feature I could be wrong though.
 
# 14 Impetuous65 @ 09/09/16 03:38 PM
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Originally Posted by cthurt
I thought 2.0 was just for 4k viewing though and HDR was more of a TV feature I could be wrong though.
That's correct, but what people are clamoring for they might want to reconsider. HDR increases latency depended upon the type of TV. Yes it will be vibrant but your timing may be off. I have a 4k tv and I plan to purchase the PS4 pro, the beauty of that is now the DS4 info can be transmitted via USB cable reducing latency.
 
# 15 Artman22 @ 09/11/16 02:21 AM
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Originally Posted by snc237
The problem with current HDR 4K TVs (I'm looking to invest in one with in a year or two) is that it significantly increases your input lag. Now if you put your tv to game mode it turns of HDR. They really need to make a HDR game mode setting. I'm hoping next year batch of TVs address this
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Originally Posted by Impetuous65
That's correct, but what people are clamoring for they might want to reconsider. HDR increases latency depended upon the type of TV. Yes it will be vibrant but your timing may be off. I have a 4k tv and I plan to purchase the PS4 pro, the beauty of that is now the DS4 info can be transmitted via USB cable reducing latency.
This is great news that 2k is bringing HDR to NBA2k17. The best 4k HDR tv so far is that Samsung KS8000. It's the tv I recently bought. In game mode it's 20ms input lag and in game mode with HDR it's only 22ms. That's by far the lowest input lag on any tv with HDR right now. All the other brands and TVs are doubling on input lag making it unplayable..
 
# 16 cthurt @ 09/11/16 07:16 AM
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Originally Posted by Artman22
This is great news that 2k is bringing HDR to NBA2k17. The best 4k HDR tv so far is that Samsung KS8000. It's the tv I recently bought. In game mode it's 20ms input lag and in game mode with HDR it's only 22ms. That's by far the lowest input lag on any tv with HDR right now. All the other brands and TVs are doubling on input lag making it unplayable..
I just bought a KS8000 last week and I agree I really cant tell a difference between HDR mode and Game Mode as far as input lag goes. Its a really good TV and affordable for what it offers.
 

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