Xbox Series X, Series S Will Support Dolby Vision HDR for Gaming

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Earlier this week, Xbox took the wraps off the Xbox Series S, introduced the Xbox Series X|S price and launch date, in addition to the Xbox Series X price in India. And whereas Sony is surprisingly quiet by way of all this, right now Xbox is including one other feather to the proverbial cap. As it seems, the Xbox Series X|S would be the first consoles on this planet to help Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR for gaming.

The announcement comes from Dolby, by way of a tweet that additionally talked about that whereas Dolby Atmos will likely be out there at launch, Dolby Vision HDR is coming quickly as effectively, in 2021.

According to Dolby’s announcement, customers can anticipate large visible enchancment in video games because of the know-how. You will have the ability to expertise 40 occasions brighter highlights, 10 occasions deeper blacks, and as much as 12-bit color depth, offered your TV helps that. Obviously, Dolby Vision and Atmos help additionally requires that the video games you’re enjoying are appropriate with the applied sciences.

This isn’t Xbox’s first time getting Dolby help, by the best way. Current gen Xbox consoles help Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision HDR. However, that solely applies to media reminiscent of appropriate Netflix titles amongst different streaming companies. On the opposite hand, the Xbox One X additionally supported Dolby Vision for gaming. However, even that by no means made it out of the Insider section.

However, Microsoft’s next-gen consoles will likely be absolutely appropriate with Dolby’s applied sciences, which suggests you may anticipate spectacular graphics from appropriate video games.

Meanwhile, it’s unclear if Sony’s next-gen choices could have help for Dolby Atmos/Vision or not. So far, Sony has shunned making a gift of an excessive amount of concerning the PlayStation 5, however hopefully we get extra info quickly.

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