While higher resolution, better performance, and more detailed items are great, the importance of the next generation of HDR shouldn’t be overlooked. A good display capable of high dynamic range can really make games pop (it sings especially in recent games like Resident Evil Village), so it’s exciting to know that Microsoft will soon be upgrading the Xbox Series X / S’s HDR capabilities. will amplify with full Dolby Vision support.
Get ready to transform your gaming experience with full spectrum visuals! Rolling out to Xbox Insiders this week: Dolby Vision for gaming on Xbox Series X | S. pic.twitter.com/iU2RktHvPG
– Larry Hryb 🏡🎮☁ (@majornelson) May 14, 2021
For those unfamiliar, Dolby Vision is an HDR format that offers a variety of exclusive features, most notably dynamic metadata, which adjust your HDR contrast and brightness scene by scene or even frame by frame. Here’s the official rundown of Dolby itself …
- A deeper connection to the story Feel the full emotional impact of the story and bring your entertainment to life with an ultra-vivid picture, brighter highlights and dark shadows.
- Stunning picture quality Experience a remarkable color palette, sharper contrasts and incredible clarity that let you see through a window rather than a screen. This is HDR like you’ve never seen it before.
- See every detail – Discover subtle details that you simply cannot see with a standard picture for a viewing experience without compromise, just as the filmmakers and creators intended.
Only certain TV brands currently support Dolby Vision, notably LG, Sony and TCL. As mentioned in Major Nelson’s tweet, Dolby Vision is currently only available to Xbox Insiders – interestingly enough, while setting things up, some of those Insiders have noticed there is a check mark for Dolby Vision at 4K and 120fps. That’s some eyebrows raised as there are currently no TVs that support all these three things at once, but according to LG the option will be soon to their latest OLED displays.
So, who will benefit from Dolby Vision with their Xbox Series X or S? I’m a Samsung TV owner so I’m locked out, but you cool kids can discuss it.
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