Dolby Vision Gaming will deliver Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S “brightness, contrast, color, and depth beyond traditional HDR games” over the next year.
Microsoft’s next generation consoles will be the first game systems to support the visual software, which, according to Dolby’s website, offers “40x brighter highlights,” “10x deeper blacks,” and “up to 12-bit color depth.”
The Xbox X and S Series will also support Dolby Atmos Audio at launch, which showcases a three-dimensional sound system that can rival the PS5’s Tempest 3D audio architecture when the consoles release this holiday.
Games that support Dolby Atmos include Cyberpunk 2077, Gears 5, Call of Duty: Warzone, and more. The technology can already be tested on PC if you can̵
To learn more about how Dolby is enhancing the video game experience, you can read the full details on its website here.
In the meantime, we’re still waiting to hear about the PS5 price after Microsoft suffered an information burst earlier this week. With only a dozen weeks to go before the next generation officially lands, we’ll likely be hearing something very, very soon.
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