Gaming in Dolby Vision
Gaming has come a long way since its humble origins. The paddles and square ball of Pong and the 2D images of alien creatures in Space Invaders were enough to captivate kids and adults alike for hours. Since then, gaming has evolved to become a truly multi-sensory experience, placing the player at the centre of dynamic action. Crude, blocky shapes on the screen have progressed to photorealistic images And when it comes to gaming in true-to-life graphics, Dolby Vision is the name of the game.
Dolby Vision lets you catch every detail with picture-perfect contrast. Whether it’s finding treasure in a dark corner or marvelling at the rich reflections of sun on water, you get it all: darker darks, bright brights, and phenomenal frame-by-frame quality. Dolby Vision delivers a set of instructions for your console when it’s connected to a TV enabled with Dolby Vision that optimises your setup for the best possible picture.
How to experience gaming in Dolby Vision
To enjoy the mind-popping colour of Dolby Vision while you game, you’ll need a few things to get started. Both the consoles are enabled with Dolby Vision so you can experience a whole new world of gaming. Just connect your Xbox Series X, Series S, or Xbox One to a TV with Dolby Vision and enable Dolby Vision in your settings. Then you’re ready to go.
After you have set up your Xbox, there are some great games you can play in Dolby Vision. On Xbox, you can play Halo Infinite, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Borderlands 3, and Microsoft Flight Simulator, to name just a few. So, grab a controller and take control of a truly immersive gaming experience.
Experience it all in Dolby
Whether you’re fighting alongside Master Chief, landing a jetliner at an airport on the other side of the world, or zooming around a racetrack, gaming in Dolby Vision delivers an amazing, true-to-life experience. But you can turn up the volume on lifelike sound when you game in Dolby Atmos. Dolby Atmos delivers rich, clear spatial sound that puts you in the middle of the action, with sound all around — and even above — you. You can learn more about gaming in Dolby Atmos here.
And when you want a break from gaming, remember that you can enjoy films, series, and music in Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos on your console. You can watch content on many streaming services in Dolby, including Apple TV+, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Max (US), Netflix, and Paramount+ (US). If music is your jam, you can stream Dolby Atmos Music from Amazon Music, Apple Music, and TIDAL through your console so long as they’re Dolby enabled. If you’d like help in setting up your entertainment space, check out our interactive guide.