Dol­by Vision has been in test­ing for a large por­tion of this year, and Microsoft has final­ly released sup­port to all Xbox Series X and S users, with over 100 games set to fea­ture the support.

Dol­by Vision is an addi­tion­al HDR standard–developed by Dolby–which wish­es to pro­vide more meta­da­ta infor­ma­tion to com­pat­i­ble dis­plays for a more pre­cise image, This includes data like bright­ness and con­trast infor­ma­tion for each indi­vid­ual frame of an image. The dis­play then trans­lates this infor­ma­tion and adjusts bright­ness and col­or dynam­i­cal­ly for a rich­er image.

How­ev­er, not all 100 games Microsoft announced will fea­ture native Dol­by Vision sup­port. Many will be repack­aged to con­vert their HDR10 imple­men­ta­tion inside of a Dol­by Vision com­pat­i­ble for­mat, mean­ing the ben­e­fits won’t be notice­able. Microsoft stat­ed in its lat­est blog post that it’s work­ing with devel­op­ers to increase the num­ber of games that ship with Dol­by Vision, adding that Halo Infi­nite will launch with it lat­er this year.

As of now, the list of titles that sup­port Dol­by Vision is small. You can take a look at the full list below.

Of course, you’ll need a com­pat­i­ble tele­vi­sion to take advan­tage of Dol­by Vision, but if you do have one, go to the Xbox dis­play set­ting menu and tog­gle the option to use the feature.

Xbox Series X|S Games With Dolby Vision

  • Bor­der­lands 3
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War
  • Dirt 5
  • F1 2021
  • Gears 5
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Immor­tals Fenyx Rising
  • Metro Exo­dus
  • Microsoft Flight Simulator
  • Psy­cho­nauts 2