Xbox One will support Bitstream Audio and Dolby Atmos
Recently, in the event of Windows 10, Microsoft announced that Xbox One will have new options for audiophiles, ie, Bitstream Audio and Dolby Atmos will be available in the future for the Blu-ray player of this console.
Through Twitter, the Xbox chief engineer, Mike Ybarra, said that Bitstream and Dolby Atmos will be available for all consoles of Xbox One, that is, the Xbox One S will not be the only console to receive these features. He also confirmed that these audio options may be used in both games and videos.
At the moment, we do not know when they will release these options, but Microsoft said that it will come through an update “very soon”. Meanwhile, the Windows 10 update is scheduled to arrive in spring 2017 totally free.
Yes bitstreaming and Atmos will work on all Xbox One products not just Xbox One S, for both video and games that support it. #Xbox
— ♏️ike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) October 26, 2016
During this event, the company also announced viewers virtual reality created by HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus and Acer, models that will be cheaper in the market, and it will cost $299 USD. Microsoft also announced that the next update of Windows 10 will have support for Beam, useful for streaming tool. This option will not be the only novelty, and if you have Windows 10, you will soon have access to the Arena mode that recently came to Xbox One. In this way, you can create tournaments from the Xbox app with different game modes, styles and specify its duration; once you do, the application will take account of the scores of each player.