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Final Fantasy 15 will support HDR on Xbox One S

Xbox boss also says you shouldn't expect Halo 5 to be patched to support HDR.

Square Enix's long-awaited RPG Final Fantasy XV will support high dynamic range (HDR) on Xbox One S when the game comes out in November.

Microsoft's Phil Spencer confirmed this in a tweet today. Final Fantasy XV had already been confirmed to support HDR on Sony's PlayStation 4 Pro, as this was announced back in September.


Other games that support HDR on Xbox One S include Microsoft-published titles like Forza Horizon 3 and Gears of War 4. Final Fantasy XV won't be the first third-party game to support the feature, as 2K's NBA 2K17 also does.

The Xbox One S is out now, starting at $300, while Sony's $400 PS4 Pro launches in November. A recent PS4 update added HDR support for all systems going back to launch models.

Spencer was also asked if HDR support could be added to existing games such as Halo 5: Guardians. This probably won't happen, he said.


After its latest delay, Final Fantasy XV is now scheduled to come out on November 29 for PS4 and Xbox One. A PC version has been discussed, but fans should not expect at launch, if it ever happens at all.