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Xbox One will get Twitch live video game streaming on March 11th

25
Feb
2014

Xbox One users will soon be able to live stream their games, join games with broadcasters, and save game footage to watch later using the vastly popular streaming service Twitch. Microsoft will release a patch for the console alongside the North American launch of Titanfall on March 11th that will allow users to live stream their Xbox One games for the first time. Twitch CEO Emmett Shear said the new feature will be a complete integration into the console that will, In addition to allowing users to stream their games, let them join the party of a broadcaster playing an Xbox One title. Users will be able to broadcast using the Xbox Ones Kinect camera, as they have been doing with the PlayStation 4s camera to occasionally negative outcomes. Previously, Xbox One owners were only able to watch Twitch streams through their console and upload recorded game footage.

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