support Dolby Vision finally arrived to Xbox Series X e Xbox Series S., with over 100 enhanced titles already available now or in the near future.
The new HDR standard has already been in the running stage for some time and can be used by Insider users. Dolby Vision is basically a new kind of Advanced HDR, which works with a high dynamic range of brightness and color and ensures better management of contrasts, black levels, color saturation and overall graphics rendering compared to regular HDR 10. Obviously, to use it, you must have a TV or monitor capable of Dolby Vision support. To ensure that you can control directly from the console through settings related to the TV and monitor.
Also reported on Xbox Wire 100 next generation games optimized Dolby Vision is already available or will be in the near future. Among those, of course, there will also be Halo Infinite, slated for release on December 8th. In addition, thousands of games that support HDR10 and Auto HDR will benefit from image quality through Dolby Vision activation.
Dolby Vision is compatible with everyone Next Generation Feature From Microsoft consoles, such as DirectX Raytracing, automatic low latency mode (with HDMI 2.1), frame rate up to 120fps and variable refresh rate (VRR).
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