If you’ve forked out the cash for a sound system with Dolby Atmos support then you’ll likely have felt pretty aggrieved to not be able to use it to its fullest on the PS5, and especially its epic first-party games, as of yet. Thankfully, Sony’s recent update has added the technology to its console. This is our simple step-by-step guide on how to get Dolby Atmos running on your PS5.
What you’ll need:
- A Dolby Atmos sound system
- A PS5
- A PS5 controller
The Short Version
- Open Settings
- Head to Sound
- Click Audio Output
- Scroll down to Audio Format (Priority)
- Select Dolby Atmos
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On the home screen, click the Settings cog towards the top-right.
Head to Sound
In the Settings menu, select Sound.
Select Audio Output
From the Sound menu, scroll down to Audio Output.
Scroll down to Audio Format (Priority)
In the Audio Output menu, head down to Audio Format (Priority).
Select Dolby Atmos
From the Audio Format (Priority) menu, choose Dolby Atmos to enable it.