Microsoft has announced today that Dolby Vision for gaming is officially rolling out to Xbox Insiders "this week" for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S, which will make them the very first consoles to ever support the feature.
Few details have been provided at the time of writing, but Microsoft has told The Verge that the feature means "brighter highlights, sharper contrast, and more vibrant colors” in games when you’re playing on a Dolby Vision-compatible TV, which will result in “better clarity in both light and dark scenes.”
There's no word on a list of supported games as of yet, but apparently we'll be hearing more about this in the near future. Additionally, the compatible titles will "automatically map to any display with Dolby Vision."
For now, the feature is rolling out to the Alpha ring of Xbox Insiders, so we're assuming it'll go public over the coming weeks or months. And obviously, you'll need a display that supports Dolby Vision in order to use it!
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