There is a lot of competition in streaming services right now, it will be fascinating to see which ones set themselves apart from the crowd. Price, user-friendliness, and most importantly media are all important factors in how well they will be taken. But there are more contributing factors as well.
In a new tweet, entertainment writer Eric Vespe revealed a video from a panel he attended at D23 this past weekend. The panel featured a tutorial on the forthcoming Disney+ streaming service, giving out a little demo of what can be expected.
Eric says in the tweet that while talking to a representative, he was told that there are “definitely titles that stream in UHD and Dolby Atmos. No upcharge.” So that’s an amazing bonus from the streamer, and a fresh welcome from Netflix and Apple, who only offer these services as a paid option.
Stopped into a Disney+ demo. It’s so similar in build to Netlfix. I asked the rep about UHD and he said there were definitely titles that stream in UHD and Dolby Atmos. No upcharge. pic.twitter.com/BnvWg1ILTb
— Eric Vespe (@EricVespe) August 24, 2019