Xbox One Gameplay Sharing Is Better Than We Thought It Was


According to Microsoft executive vice president, Phil Harrison, the Xbox One is sporting better gameplay sharing features (known as Upload Studio) than we once thought. Harrison made several comments duringĀ Eurogamer Expo that elaborated a bit more on the available tools and recording length the Xbox One will offer. First off, the Microsoft exec stated that users can record, “as much or as little as they want,” and that clips can include separately recorded commentary via the Kinect sensor. This will be displayed picture-in-picture will the final clip.

It was previously understood that the Xbox One had a five minute buffer for recordeing, meaning that would be the maximum length of a shared clip. There wasn’t any previous mention of seperately recorded commentary, or PiP functionality. If true, this would legitimately bolster the Xbox One’s social sharing stock. Microsoft has been approached for confirmation, and we’ll update once these features are confirmed or denied.

Source: VG 24/7

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