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DXGI_Helper.dll from Detroit: Become Human demo 1.0


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Using this file downloaded from the latest demo version allows to enable HDR in the full version.
See the wiki article to achieve it.

Credits to Steam user dmix90 for publishing (and discovering?) this solution.




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this doesn't work on the new version, i still can't enable HDR somehow.
Monitor also doesn't show HDR being enabled when launching the game

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