A few weeks ago, Microsoft revealed that Xbox One Dolby Vision support was headed to Xbox One S and Xbox One X. While both consoles already supported the HDR10 standard, Dolby Vision is Dolby Digital's own take on the technology.
Microsoft said that the feature would roll out to select Xbox Insiders "soon", but we weren't given a concrete release date. In a surprise announcement on Xbox Wire, Xbox Insider Team Lead Brad Rossetti said, "Dolby Vision HDR releases today on Xbox! Starting with the Alpha Skip Ahead and Alpha rings, Xbox Insiders with a compatible TV can enjoy Dolby Vision streaming content on Netflix on Xbox One S and Xbox One X."
According to Rossetti, there are over 400 hours of content available in Dolby Vision on Netflix including Altered Carbon, Marvel's The Punisher, and Stranger Things. If you're a member of one of those two rings, be sure to give Dolby Vision a go. Don't forget to check our guide to Dolby Vision HDR on Xbox One, which dives deeper into its offerings.
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