The site claims that Dolby Vision brings “brightness, contrast, color and depth beyond traditional HDR games” by offering “40x bright highlights”, “10x deep black levels” and “up to 12-bit color depth”. “.
Introducing the next level of gaming. The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are the first consoles with gaming in Dolby Vision ® (coming soon) and Dolby Atmos (available at launch). Welcome to Xbox, Dolby Gaming. https://t.co/5lkpVT8ntbSeptember 10, 2020
Dolby Vision HDR for Games The Xbox One X is technically supported, Which is only ever available to testers in the Xbox Insiders program.
Although Dolby Vision Gaming was not previously offered publicly on the console, it is now possible to play select games on a PC in 12-bit HDR format – both EA’s Mass Effect Andromeda and Battlefield 1 are supported by Dolby Vision on PC.
What about the PlayStation 5?
Confirming Vision Support in Dolby Atmos and Xbox Series S & X will be a blow to PlayStation fans – Dolby Atmos will not be supported on the upcoming PS5 and Dolby Vision support is not expected either.
Instead, Sony’s next-generation console will take advantage of the new ownership ‘StormThe 3D audio format developed by the company at home will probably free the company from paying Dolby’s licensing fees.
In the case of HDR, the PS5 is expected to support only standard HDR10 Tough attitude Against Samsung HDR10 + Format – Sony President and COO Mike Fossillo told TechRader that “our priorities are focused on other technology and delivery systems and we’re going to focus there.”