Following Microsoft’s announcement Tuesday that Dolby Vision gaming is now available on the Xbox Series X and S consoles, TCL posted a blog revealing owners of select TCL TVs will be among the first to be able to take advantage of some of the new HDR profile’s advanced gaming capabilities.

“Our customers will be among the first to enjoy the latest advancement in gaming as Dolby Vision comes to Xbox Series X and Series S game consoles,” TCL said Tuesday. “With Dolby Vision, gaming on a TCL TV and the latest generation Xbox consoles will let you experience games the way they were meant to be seen, with improved brightness, contrast, color, and depth.”

After Microsoft’s blog went up, TCL’s North American sales operation posted a blog of its own detailing the feature upgrade support on certain TCL TV series, saying:

“In the past year, avid gamers have gone from simply asking about the input lag on a TV, to demanding top-notch performance that matches what next-gen game consoles like the Xbox Series X are capable of delivering: 4k gaming, plus an incredibly low input lag, plus HDR, plus VRR, plus a great picture, with 8K just around the corner…”, the announcement states, but stops short of saying TCL TVs will support Dolby Vision gaming with up to 4k/120Hz refresh rates.

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Only LG 2020 and 2021 OLED TVs and 2021 QNED99 and Nano99 TVs are currently known to support Dolby Vision, 4K and 120 Hz, simultaneously.

Though it doesn’t detail 4K/120Hz support, Dolby has posted a list of TVs compatible with Dolby Vision Gaming here.

The Xbox Series X/S “game consoles already supported Dolby Vision, but until now only with Netflix,” TCL reminded readers following yesterday’s announcement from Microsoft. “Now most game titles will be available with Dolby Vision and with TCL TVs that support Dolby Vision, compatibility with Dolby Vision content from Xbox should be automatic – no need for any settings adjustments.”

“..Whether it’s the Premium Picture on our 5-Series, the Powerful Performance of our 6-Series, or Living Large with our 85-inch XL Collection QLED TV, we have a TV for nearly any user looking to enhance their gaming experience,” the company added.

To underscore the advanced gaming advantage, the blog said TCL is “the official TV” of the popular Call of Duty game franchise, which will be enjoying some Dolby Vision gaming benefits in select titles.

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By Greg Tarr

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