Some Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order players have reported an issue with the game’s HDR settings on PC, PS5/4, and Xbox. This issue occurs when the game fails to display colors accurately on HDR-compatible monitors or televisions.
The causes of this problem could be related to the HDR settings on the display device, outdated graphics card drivers, or a software bug within the game’s programming. Fortunately, you can solve your problem by checking the HDR settings on your display device.
In this article, we have come up with all the effective & working solutions in detail that can solve your problem. So, let’s take a look.
How to Fix HDR Broken/Not Working in Star Wars Jedi: Survivor
To be able to fix the HDR issues in Star Wars Jedi Survivor on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC, there are a few things that you will need to do,
1. For the PlayStation
If the HDR is completely broken on their PS5 & the game appears too dark and lacking in color, then you will need to make your way to the Settings page of the in-game main menu. To access this, simply press the options button and then navigate to the section with a cog icon by pressing the R1 button. Then follow the below steps;
- Scroll down to “Screen and Video”
- Scroll down to “HDR” and make sure it’s set to “Always On”
- Adjust your settings by selecting “Adjust HDR”.
- Change “HDR Brightness” to 20 and “HDR Black Point” to 5.
This should effectively deal with the HDR issue that Star Wars Jedi Survivor is facing on the PlayStation 5.
2. For the Xbox
In case the HDR is causing the game to be too bright and washed out, making it difficult to play on Xbox Series X and Series S. To resolve your HDR not working problem on Xbox, follow the below steps;
- Go to your home screen.
- Select the cog in the top right corner and then the “General” tab.
- Select “TV & display options” and then “Video Modes”.
- Turn on “HDR10”
- Allow 4K, HDR10, and Dolby Vision if applicable.
3. For PC
The PC users of Star Wars Jedi: Survivor hasn’t reported HDR not working issue. However, if you are experiencing this problem you can follow the below steps & see what can do the trick for you.
- Update Graphics Card Drivers: Ensure that your graphics card drivers are up to date. You can easily update the DPU driver by downloading the Driver Easy software.
- Disable HDR in Windows Settings: Disable HDR in Windows Settings by going to;
- Display settings.
- Windows HD Color settings
- Turn off the option for Play HDR games and apps.
- Disable HDR in Game Settings: Try disabling HDR in the game settings. To do this, follow the below steps
- Go to Options
- Turn off the option for HDR.
- Verify Game Files: Verify the integrity of the game files on Steam or other platforms. This can help fix any corrupted files that may be causing the HDR issue.
- Disable Other Display Settings: If you have any other display settings enabled, such as G-Sync or FreeSync, try disabling them.
- Use a different HDMI Cable: Damaged HDMI cables could be the reason why you’re facing the HDR broken issue. Consider using a spare cable as low-quality cables may cause signal transmission problems and may not support HDR.
- Try a Different Display: Replace your display if you are still experiencing the issue. Make sure to purchase a new TV or Display that supports HDR. If the problem persists on the new display, it is likely that the previous display was the issue.
- Check your TV Settings: Have you checked your TV settings? It’s possible that your HDR problem is due to incorrect TV settings. Try adjusting your TV’s HDR mode and Game mode settings.
- Contact Support: If none of the above solutions work, contact the game’s support team for further assistance.