Microsoft is partnering with Dolby Laboratories to bring Dolby Atmos sound to Xbox One and Windows 10 in 2017. Xbox will be the first game console to feature Dolby Atmos.Dolby Atmos is 3D sound, which lets you hear in-game effects from all directions. With the improvement of gaming sound that comes with Dolby Atmos systems, Windows is hoping to give its Xbox console users the best Gaming experience yet.
According to IGN, in order to take advantage of this feature with your home theater system, you'll need a Dolby Atmos-supported speaker setup. All things considered, about each match of earphones can be empowered to appreciate the upgraded involvement also.
Star Wars Battlefront, which was released in November 2015, was the first video game to support Dolby Atmos, although only in its Windows PC version. The PC version of Blizzard Entertainment's Overwatch supports Dolby Atmos via headphones. Microsoft's update next year will make the Xbox One (both the launch model and the Xbox One S) the first gaming console with Dolby Atmos support. Presumably, Microsoft's upcoming Project Scorpio will also support Dolby Atmos too.
Reported by Arstechnica, why should you be excited? Since Dolby Atmos would make your recreations a great deal more immersive with the three-dimensional, sweeping sound experience that it brings. What this implies with regards to video gaming, is that you'll have the capacity to hear enemies crawling up behind you, the whoosh of a projectile just barely missing the side of your head or a helicopter that is drifting above you.
Dolby Atmos perfect gadgets are regularly very costly, however, Microsoft says that Dolby Atmos innovation, which will be accessible to clients one year from now, will be good with any earphone. It is not clarified precisely how Microsoft will do it, but rather it is anticipated that a framework like the "Overwatch" will be utilized to empower the utilization of Dolby Atmos innovation with all earphones.