Xbox Series X|S games with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support

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Dolby Atmos support has been on the block since the debut of the Xbox One in 2017, so it's no surprise that it was a success on Xbox Series X and Series S. That said, a license is needed to use the spatial audio tech on headphones, but it's free to use on soundbars and speakers. 

Dolby Vision gaming requires a compatible display but is also accessible to those who can enable it. Currently, however, not every TV that supports Dolby Vision gaming can output at 120Hz, but Microsoft and Dolby are working closely with TV manufacturers to update more displays.

If you’re looking to make the most out of this, make sure you check how to enable 120Hz on Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S first. Otherwise, check out the full list below for every Xbox Series X|S game with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support. We've also compiled a complete list of PS5 and Xbox Series X games with 120fps support if you're interested. 

Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos Xbox Series X: Supported games

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More than 100 next-gen HDR-capable titles will support Dolby Vision soon, including games available today and in the future. Not all of them will support both Dolby Vision gaming and Atmos, though, but these are the titles that do. 

We’ll keep this page updated should more games with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support appear in the future. 

Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos Xbox Series X: FAQs

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What is Dolby Vision gaming?

Dolby Vision is a HDR format that promises to deliver greater highlights, contrast, and vibrant colors over other HDR technologies. Dolby Vision automatically tone maps compatible games, too, which means players won’t have to manually calibrate every game to get the best possible HDR experience.

What is Dolby Atmos?

Dolby Atmos provides convincing spatial audio that lets you hear sound with 360-degree pinpoint accuracy. It works on any headphones, and a number of Xbox Series X|S games already include native Dolby Atmos support and sound fantastic. 

Does PS5 support Dolby Vision gaming and Dolby Atmos?

No, the PS5 does not support Dolby Vision gaming or Dolby Atmos. Instead, Sony’s console uses HDR10 when it comes to high dynamic range and its proprietary Tempest 3D audio tech for spatial audio. You’ll need an HDR display to experience HDR10, and 3D audio works with any headphones and can also be played through your TV speakers. 

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