PlayStation 5 (PS 5) – a home video game console developed by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The PS5 was announced as the successor to the 2019 PlayStation 4 and released on 12th November 2020, in Australia, Japan, New Zealand, North America, Singapore, and South Korea, and a week later worldwide. The PS5 is part of the ninth generation of gaming consoles, along with Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S consoles released the same month.
Don’t expect the Switch update on PlayStation 5 or Nintendo to receive support for Dolby Vision or Dolby Atmos immediately. According to a blog post on Xbox Wire France, Microsoft has owned the console’s exclusive rights to both technologies for two years now.
Engadget reached out to Microsoft for more information. Xbox Series, X / S systems have supported Dolby Atmos 3D audio since the launch in November. Xbox One has supported it since 2017. Dolby Atmos is required to use Dolby Atmos on your Xbox or computer. Buy a license for $ 15. Suppose you own the new Xbox Wireless Headset. In that case, you can access Atmos on Xbox and PC at no additional cost until the end of September.
To use Dolby Atmos, you must be using Dolby Atmos on your Xbox or computer. Buy a license for $ 15. Suppose you own the new Xbox Wireless Headset. In that case, you can access Atmos on Xbox and PC at no additional cost until the end of September.
All new generations are likely to bring significant changes to gaming consoles, and Microsoft’s successor, Xbox One, is no exception. Built-in support for more powerful graphics hardware and more realistic lighting technology makes games look more beautiful. In some cases, permission for frame rates up to 120 frames per second improves responsiveness.
Both consoles have fast solid-state storage, so they boot up faster and are a massive improvement over the mechanical hard drive found in the Xbox One. Microsoft’s new console gives you more freedom to play new games. Depending on where you play, you may not get the same experience. For example, the Xbox Series X is a much more robust system than the current S-Series and Xbox One and significantly impacts performance.