Digital Foundry should have some good recommendations for you, as they’re focused on envelope-pushing content from a technical perspective. I seem to recall they gave Control high marks for that, and overall as well.
God of War 4 is hard to beat for sheer spectacle in its greatest moments, and its performances hit some impressive operatic high notes in its final scenes:
Spider-Man’s fluid, kinetic action is pretty amazing, and integrates spider powers into combat and mission structure well:
Though retro, the 2.5-D Octopath Traveler does actually offer/support HDR. Excellent sound track, as well:
Horizon: Zero Dawn’s script and story are gripping and memorable, though only sink their teeth into you toward the very end:
Rise of The Tomb Raider:
Jedi: Fallen Order was directed by God of War 3’s director and it shows: impressive environments and spectacular action-set pieces, with close fidelity to the films in look-and-feel:
I hate Final Fantasy XV’s character designs and its story was a half-lobotomized mess from one of the worst game development hells in gaming history so far, but its Luminous engine’s achievements IMO cannot be denied in wide-shots of the environment, weather and lighting effects, etc. I’m especially impressed by the purity of its sunset colors. I’d recommend the PC version if visual fidelity is your goal.