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Dolby Vision Gaming Launches on Xbox Series X|S

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Xbox Series X and Series S are now the first gaming consoles with Dolby Vision support. The new feature is now available.

In over 100 games, Dolby Vision will provide much brighter highlights as well as true colour levels. While Netflix and Disney Plus already supported Dolby Vision, Xbox consoles only supported HDR10 in gaming. Many titles will benefit from the new support, which will improve image quality and colour vibrancy.

A Dolby spokesperson also stated that upcoming games are currently in agreement. As a result, the number of games with the feature will undoubtedly rise in the coming years. It’s worth noting, however, that a Dolby Vision-compatible television is required.

Furthermore, Microsoft confirmed that the feature will be included in Halo Infinite. The latest instalment in the Halo series will take advantage of the incredible visuals. It’s safe to assume that the feature will be implemented in a variety of games. “Developers can use Dolby Vision HDR during game development because the engine is quite flexible and offers an extensive set of tools,” says the representative.

Xbox’s official YouTube channel also posted a video comparing standard HDR to Dolby Vision. Gears 5 is an excellent showcase for the new visuals. Because of the sharper contrast and much brighter colours, the game feels much more alive. The following is a link to a video:

You might think there’s no difference, but seeing it on a large screen in 4K must be a real treat. It’s worth noting that the feature works with DirectX Raytracing, has a variable refresh rate of up to 120 frames per second, and has an automatic low-latency mode.

Dolby Recommends Enabling ALLM

If you want to use Dolby Vision to improve the visuals of your game, keep in mind that your TV may cause latency issues during gameplay. When Dolby Vision is enabled, Dolby and Microsoft recommend enabling auto low-latency mode (ALLM).

Because the new HDR format improves on HDR10 in a variety of ways, it may be difficult for different TV models to display games in 4K 120 FPS. Another reason why Microsoft and Dolby are collaborating with TV manufacturers to create the best products for Xbox Series X|S with Dolby Vision is to ensure the best possible experience. We can say that the technology will offer much more stable performance in the future because the feature has just been released for the new generation of Xbox consoles.

When we consider the upcoming games that will have built-in support, Microsoft has undoubtedly taken another significant step forward in the next generation of gaming.

Does your TV support Dolby Vision?

While this is amazing news for console owners, you need to make sure that your TV has the required support in its arsenal. Just follow the steps below:

  • Head to Settings.
  • Click on General.
  • Find TV and Display Options or a similar window of settings.
  • Find Video Mods or Display Options, as the settings interface may vary between models.
  • Look for “Dolby Vision” or check for new updates.

Everything you need to know about Xbox Series X Dolby Vision is right here. It appears that Microsoft’s Xbox will continue to reach new heights in the future.

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