It just became official. Dolby Vision comes to the new Microsoft consoles to bring the best HDR standard of the moment to the S Series and X Series .

For those of you who do not know what we are talking about, it will surely be clearer if we tell you that the HDR that you have had on Netflix for several years has reached the console.

This technology arrives today, September 28, to the two new Microsoft machines, and the intention is that more than 100 games take advantage of this more cinematic and more realistic HDR, as claimed by its creators.

Poster that Dolby Vision is coming to Xbox Series

This hundred of Dolby HDR compatible games will not all be day one, as some will receive a patch in the coming days and games like Halo Infinite will come standard with this compatibility at launch.

Dolby ensures that games with Auto HDR will also be compatible with Dolby Vision, so a large number of old games (they number the number in thousands of titles) will be updated to the new image standard.

Of course, to ensure that gamers will be able to enjoy Dolby Vision, users will need two things: a television compatible with Dolby Vision and activate the next-generation gaming settings of their television , such as automatic low latency mode (ALLM) or variable refresh rate (VRR).

Dolby Vision

As explained from the press release, many TVs from 2020 and 2021 are supported, while only a few older models that support Dolby Vision have updated the functions that allow you to play the console with Dolby Vision.

With this addition, the Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X consoles become the first to be able to offer both Dolby cinema services : both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos .