Thanks to Dolby’s expertise, the Xbox Series X and S will soon get a Sound A Vision upgrade that will improve your gaming experience even further.
It has been announced that the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S will be upgraded to feature Dolby Atmos and Dolby Visuals, becoming the first console to claim these premium features, which will significantly boost immersion when it comes to games .
Xbox Live’s programming director Larry Hrib (also known as “Major Nelson”) revealed the exciting news on his Twitter account with the following tweet in which the “full spectrum view” was teased:
Get ready to transform your gaming experience with full-spectrum visuals! Roll out for Xbox Insiders this week: Dolby Vision for Gaming on Xbox Series X | S. pic.twitter.com/iU2RktHvPG
– Larry Hribb 🏡🎮☁ (@majornelson) 14 May, 2021
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Dolby Atmos is class-leading surround-sound technology that many of us are already familiar with, but visual upgrades will be new to most.
Dolby Vision will bring “brighter highlights, sharper contrast, and more vibrant colors” according to the brand, and it can also give you an edge when it comes to competitive gaming, as the feature apparently can “make it easier to see opponents hidden.” . Shadows and spots hidden clues through expanded contrast and improved clarity in both light and dark scenes. “
I haven’t even mentioned the best part yet: Dolby Vision games automatically map to any display that runs the technology, so you don’t have to bother with the slider any more to get the best possible picture. Eliminating those shocking bars definitely scores Dolby a few points in my book.
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Microsoft says that this upgrade will be rolled out for Alpha Insiders, and to get the most out of it, you’ll need to update your television set so that it’s running the very latest firmware, and that the automatic is as low as The experience will be further improved with the facilities. -Letency mode (ALLM) or variable refresh rate (VRR).