Xbox has a two-year console exclusive on Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

Do not expect the upgrade of the PlayStation 5 or Nintendo Rumor Switch to get Dolby Vision or Dolby Atmos supports at any time. Microsoft has an exclusive console on both technologies for two years, according to a blog pocket Xbox Wil France. Engadget contacted Microsoft for more details.

Xbox Series X / S systems have supported Dolby Atmos 3D audio capabilities since the consoles have been published in November, while the Xbox One has done it since 2017. To use Dolby Atmos on Xbox Consoles or PCs, You must purchase a $ 15 license. If you have the new Xbox Wireless headset, you have access to ATMOS on Xbox and PC at no extra charge before the end of September.

Meanwhile, Microsoft has tested Dolby Vision HDR for the game on the X / S series, alpha initiates winning access earlier this month. It will be available for all the owners of the X / S series at some point this year.

Even after the end of the exclusivity period, there can be no guarantee that Sony will add the Dolby Vision or Dolby Atmos support to PS5 Games. On the one hand, the console has the own Sony 3D audio engine, called Tempest.

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