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For the most part this particular Wednesday has been a quiet one in the land of video game news, but there are still a few items of note worth checking out. For starters, EA officially revealed NHL 18 with a teaser video, and Deck13 announced that The Surge now supports HDR on the PS4 and PS4 Pro. You can check out those items and more after the break.

Happy video game newsing!

NHL 18 | Official Teaser Trailer | Xbox One, PS4

The Surge HDR

HDR support has arrived for Deck 13’s hardcore Action-RPG The Surge, on PS4 and PS4 Pro. Players can now enjoy more natural lighting, a wider color range and enhanced details at contrasted levels of brightness, creating more realistic and immersive visuals.

The Surge has already been lauded for its optimization and performance, with fast load times and impeccable framerates. PS4 Pro owners already have the option to play in Dynamic 4K at 30fps or in 1080p at 60fps. This support for Sony’s platforms continues even further today, as players on both PS4 and PS4 Pro can activate the option to play with HDR. Once HDR is activated within the base console settings, players will see the option in-game under video settings to toggle HDR on or off.

The update also introduces a number of gameplay tweaks to make your experience even smoother – read the full list here.

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