Microsoft's Xbox Series X and S consoles now support Dolby Vision, in layman's terms a more advanced version of the HDR vivid color display technique. Currently, Dolby Vision applies to more than a hundred games, and developers will be able to choose in the future whether to use this technique in their titles.
Of course, for players to benefit from Dolby Vision, they must also have a TV that supports it. For now, Dolby Vision is not supported in 120 Hz image refresh mode, but Microsoft and Dolby are working to address this “where possible”.
The Xbox Series consoles are now the first on the market to support both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos for enhanced sound. Dolby said that they do not have any exclusive agreement with Microsoft, which means that these technologies could one day be supported on the PlayStation 5. However, it seems that Sony is not going for that at the moment.