A few weeks in the past we advised you ways Dolby Imaginative and prescient is now obtainable (or coming quickly) on more than 100 Xbox titles. Now, LG has extra excellent news for avid gamers.
The tech large has advised Forbes that it expects to “begin rolling out a Dolby Vision at 120Hz firmware replace for its 2020 CX and GX OLED TVs ‘very quickly’ in South Korea”, adopted by a world rollout beginning subsequent week.
Beforehand, each LG units may solely handle to play video games in Dolby Imaginative and prescient at 60Hz, that means Xbox Sequence X homeowners could not max out the high-end image efficiency of their machines.
Earlier this 12 months, LG did the identical for its 2021 OLED TVs, releasing an over-the-air update that gave its B1, C1 and G1 panels the flexibility to output 4K@120Hz with Dolby Imaginative and prescient.
Microsoft rolled out a Dolby Vision HDR test programme to Alpha Ring members earlier this 12 months, promising that Dolby Imaginative and prescient will convey “brighter highlights, sharper distinction, and extra vibrant colors” to video games.
In case you’re eagerly awaiting the brand new firmware, you may need to be affected person. LG has stated that as a result of it’s making an attempt a world rollout, it “may take till the tip of October for each CX and GX TV to turn out to be Dolby Imaginative and prescient at 120Hz-ready”.
As Forbes notes, this drawback is not distinctive to LG. Loads of of the best Dolby Vision TVs with an HDMI 2.1 port are able to supporting 4K@120Hz, however when Dolby Imaginative and prescient is added to the combo, plainly the Sequence X falls again to 4K@60Hz.
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