Don’t expect the PlayStation 5 or Nintendo to get or support it anytime soon, Microsoft has had a console exclusive to both technologies for two years, according to Engadget. Engadget has contacted Microsoft for more details.
The Xbox Series X/S system has supported Dolby Atmos sound since the console’s release in November, while Xbox One has done so. To use Dolby Atmos on your Xbox console or PC, you need to purchase a $15 license if you have a new model. You can access Atmos on Xbox and PC at no additional cost until the end of September.
Meanwhile, Microsoft was acquired by Alpha Insiders earlier this month. It will be available to all Series X/S owners this year.
even after the end of the special period There̵7;s no guarantee that Sony will add Dolby Vision or Dolby Atmos support to PS5 games, for one thing. The console has a Sony engine called .
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