The Xbox One will allow players to utilize Kinect 2.0 to record video commentary for game clips. This feature was revealed to Polygon by Microsoft Corporate VP Phil Harrison during his Eurogamer Expo keynote.

Using the Xbox One’s Upload Studio will allow players using the Xbox One’s DVR function to record their gameplay at 720p at 30 frames per second, store their videos in the cloud and set the videos as private or share them with friends or the public. Players will then have the ability to create picture-in-picture view on top of recorded gameplay in a fashion similar to that of twitch by recording themselves using the Kinect 2.0.

Microsoft has also stated that gamers will have the ability to share clips to Facebook and Youtube starting sometime in 2014.

Source: Polygon

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