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PlayStation 5 can’t do that: Xbox Series X and Series S became the only consoles in the world with support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos

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Microsoft today announced support for Dolby Vision High Dynamic Range for the current generation of Xbox Series X and Series S consoles. The new Xbox consoles are now the only ones in the world to offer support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

Microsoft said more than 100 next-gen games optimized for Xbox Series consoles either already support Dolby Vision or will support it in the future. Future games like Halo Infinite will also launch with Dolby Vision support out of the box.

Microsoft and Dolby are also working with developers to bring Dolby Vision into older games. Games that already support HDR10 or Microsoft Auto HDR will also automatically update to Dolby Vision when connected to a compatible display.

Microsoft previously introduced Dolby Vision on the Xbox series consoles for multimedia applications. Apps like Netflix and Apple TV can turn on Dolby Vision when connected to a compatible TV. This feature was then made available for games in beta testing. Now testing is over.

Dolby Vision is a step up from HDR10. The technology is capable of delivering higher peak brightness as well as lower minimum brightness compared to HDR10, resulting in an even wider dynamic range. Dolby Vision also supports 12-bit color, and while there are no 12-bit displays yet, it makes the standard more promising.

In comparison, the Sony PlayStation 5 doesn’t have native support for Dolby Vision or Dolby Atmos.

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Sony is preparing its own launcher for PC games? PlayStation PC Launcher reference found in Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered

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Sony has made it as easy as possible for PC games to enter the market by making them available on Steam and the Epic Games Store. However, perhaps in the future it will have a layer launcher.

Sony is preparing its own launcher for PC games?  PlayStation PC Launcher reference found in Marvel's Spider-Man Remastered

A link to the PlayStation PC Launcher was found in the files of Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered, which was released on PC just the other day. Now the link does not lead anywhere, but at least it is there, as is the name of the launcher. In addition, references to PSNAccountLinked and PSNLinkingEntitlements were also found there, which may hint that in the future PlayStation games on PC will require a PSN account. Besides, such rumors have been circulating for a long time.

Given that Ubisoft, Rockstar and Activision Blizzard have their own launchers, it’s possible that Sony wants to join them. At the same time, the presence of a launcher does not mean that games will not be available on third-party platforms.

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Microsoft admits: Sony PlayStation 4 sold much better than Xbox One

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Microsoft has finally admitted that sales of Xbox One consoles were significantly lower than those of a competitor.

Microsoft admits: Sony PlayStation 4 sold much better than Xbox One

At one time, Microsoft stopped sharing data on the number of consoles sold, and we could only be guided by third-party sources. Now the company also did not disclose how many Xbox One in all its versions were sold during the life of the console, but admitted that the PlayStation 4 was more successful.

Sony has surpassed Microsoft in terms of console sales and installed base, selling more than twice as much as the last generation Xbox.

Given that the PS4 sold over 117 million units, the Xbox One sold less than 58.5 million. This is in good agreement with the calculations of various sources, which spoke of 51 million Xbox One.

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The famous PlayStation exclusive came to PC with excellent ratings. This is the second most popular project after God of War

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The famous PlayStation exclusive came to PC with excellent ratings

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered was released on PC on August 12th and received a Metacritic score of 87 out of 100. The original game for the PlayStation 4 scored the same amount at one time.

The famous PlayStation exclusive came to PC with excellent ratings.  This is the second most popular project after God of War

Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered hit 65,000 concurrent players on Steam in its opening weekend, falling short of God of War’s record of nearly 75,000 players. By comparison, Horizon Zero Dawn, the first major PlayStation title to hit Steam, drew 56,557 people at the same time.

The PC version of Marvel’s Spider-Man was perfectly ported by Nixxes Software, which Sony Interactive Entertainment acquired last year. She already has over 9,000 reviews on Steam, 96% of which are positive.

Sony’s new PC strategy is clearly generating good returns for the company. Earlier this year, the company said it had sold 33 million units of its Marvel’s Spider-Man series to date, a number expected to continue to rise in the coming months.

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