A few days ago now Microsoft has rolled out a long-awaited update for its Xbox, in particular allowing Xbox Series X to display a native 4K interface., which has not been the case until now. An update also allows players to enjoy a new and highly customizable night mode. But today we know that another feature is preparing for its return on Microsoft consoles.
Twitch is back on Xbox soon!
In fact, in 2014, a few months after the launch of the Xbox One, which “Multimedia“Was it too much (also?), it was Twitch that called itself aboard Microsoft’s console. So, with just a few clicks, it was possible to stream your game online, with different options to engage with its many (or not) viewers. (Integration was ousted in 2017 for Mixer).But if, Mixer, remember…).
However, the original Twitch integration is preparing for a comeback, backed by a potential webcam. Xbox Insiders can already test this new version of the Xbox interface, with a streaming option accessible from the Xbox Guide.
Obviously, the integration of Twitch on the Xbox offers various configuration options, including the ability to change the resolution from 360p to 1080p, provided, of course, that you have a strong enough network connection. You can also connect a USB webcam to your Xbox to integrate your face into the broadcast.
At the moment, this (re)exchange of Twitch integration on Xbox is reserved only for members of the Xbox Insiders community, but should be published soon to all Microsoft console holders. In this regard, remember that the first Xbox of this name will soon celebrate its twentieth anniversary, since the latter was marketed on November 15, 2001 in the United States. The end of the year will also mark the 20th anniversary of the Halo saga, with Infinite loop steadfastly waiting.
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