Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order - PS4/PS5 HDR Settings

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Cover

The peak brightness in the game seems to be fixed and not adjustable. This game does not seem to use the PS4/PS5 HDR system calibration settings. Before adjusting, make sure you have set the TV settings correctly.
Also, the test image screen does not give an accurate representation of the peak brightness of the game. For example, with the default value of the brightness slider, the maximum brightness of the test image is 900 nits, but the actual peak brightness of the game is 1200 nits.
If the image of such objects seems too bright to you and you lose details in bright areas, then use the DTM mode of your TV.
Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order HDR Settings

The game also has a Brightness slider in the display settings. This option is similar to the midpoint, i.e. you can adjust the balance in favor of dark or light. You can adjust the brightness slider a bit if you think the black level is still not good enough, but if the image looks washed out and lacks contrast, make sure your TV's RGB dynamic range and black level settings are set correctly. It is recommended that you set the slider to its default value.

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