Dolby Atmos support has been on the block since the Xbox One debuted in 2017, and has now arrived on the Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. A license is required to use the surround sound tech on headphones, but it can be used on soundbars and speakers.

Dolby Vision games require a compatible display, but are also available to those who can enable them. Currently, however, not every TV that supports Dolby Vision games can display at 120Hz, but Microsoft and Dolby are working closely with TV manufacturers to update more displays.

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