The new Xbox console tests Dolby Vision HDR gaming
The new Xbox console tests Dolby Vision HDR gaming

Microsoft has expanded Dolby Vision HDR gaming tests to the new Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

This feature will be added to the Xbox Insider Alpha story so more Xbox community members can try it out.

The company requests a comment and then is promoting Dolby Vision HDR extensively, saying it will soon.

He actually promised it earlier this year, knowing that the new Xbox platform has supported Dolby HDR since its first release.

Dolby announced last September that it would be the first platform to support Dolby Vision HDR over dynamic game metadata, as Sony's PS5 does not currently support Dolby Vision.

Microsoft said: Dolby Vision (Dolby Vision) brings more vivid colors, contrast and 40 times sharper game brightness and can automatically adjust picture settings on the screen.

Microsoft worked with Dolby to develop an enhanced feature that, when connected to a TV that supports Dolby Vision, provides a more accurate HDR gaming experience, providing better clarity in both light and dark scenes.

The two companies are working with TV manufacturers to promote Dolby Vision on as many screens as possible and thus make it known to everyone.

If you've signed up for Xbox Insider Alpha episodes and want to play games with Dolby Vision, make sure you have the latest firmware installed on your TV.

This also allows you to take advantage of features like automatic low latency mode and variable refresh rate.

Previous tests with limited functionality were well received. Testers reported that improved brightness, black level, and color saturation for HDR games.

In March, some testers indicated that Dolby Vision games were enabled in the Xbox Insider Alpha version, which is suitable for some games, including Borderlands 3, Gears 5, and Halo: Master Chief Collection.

Currently, the new Xbox platform supports HDR on the advanced HDR10 standard. Microsoft announced that it will soon publish more detailed information about games with Dolby Vision.

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