If you haven’t done so already, it seems that the Twitch Broadcasting feature has just went live for Xbox One users! To start this service, all you need to do is download and install the Twitch app (or Update it if you have it already installed) and you will be all set to go!
This update comes just in time for those wanting to broadcast your game of Titanfall when it is released tomorrow! Will you take advantage of this service? Feel free to let us know in the comments down below!
Earlier last month, we posted an article regarding a few Xbox leaks that appeared on Neogaf.com. As it turns out, the specially designed Xbox One console was not false. The employees over at Respawn Entertainment all received the console as posted by xRYAN350xcP on Twitter, and it looks like “The real deal”. This console seems to be the exact same one we reported on before however we still have no confirmation if we will see this one come to retail.
This makes one out of the many leaks true, so does this mean that we could eventually start seeing an announcement regarding Halo 2 Anniversary and lower-priced Xbox One in the near future? Stay tuned to Gamingbits for the latest on these rumors!
Ubisoft has just announced that Watch Dogs will be released on May 27th. This news comes after a long period of silence since its delay back in November which was quite disappointing for many gamers. Watch Dogs was previously slated to be released on November 19th and was supposed to be available as a launch title for the Xbox One and PS4.
Following the announcement, Ubisoft has also posted a trailer for announcement as you can see below.
Watch Dogs will be released for the Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC on May 26th and is currently available for pre-order at most retailers. Unfortunately, the WiiU version of the game has no release date although it has been previously reported that it will be delayed shortly after the release of the other versions.
Who are you and what do you do in the gaming industry?
My name is Doug and I am a Creative Game Designer on Strife; I work on heroes, items, game systems, and more.
What are you working on currently or just released?
Right now I am working on new heroes, but I am also gathering feedback from new players. It’s very important to us to reduce the burn points as much as possible when a new player comes into the game.
Starting today, Microsoft will be rolling out its awaited system update to all Xbox Live users. In this system update, Microsoft has been listening to the community for suggestions on how to make the Xbox One experience better.
With an improved party system, easier access to friends, 5.1 surround sound settings (finally!), drivers for Microsoft’s new accessories such as the headset adapter and media remote, and the ability to stream on Twitch (Which will be launched next Tuesday when Titanfall is launched), it has proven to us that Microsoft truly is listening to community feedback. Microsoft has also hinted that we should be expecting more updates to come through shortly including external hard drive support and more.
“We value all of the feedback we’re getting from you. Keep it coming! We are listening. We know external hard drive storage is another big one on your list. It’s on our list too. We’re working on that for a future update and will keep you posted. We’re also working on friends notification improvements and experimenting with how to make that better. Just as we do with Xbox 360, we’ll be continuing regular updates to Xbox One – some will be big, like this March update, and some will be smaller. Big or small, we’re committed to delivering continuous innovation through system updates like this one. Thanks for your feedback.”
For a full list of updates, you can click here to visit the official Xbox website. What do you think of these changes? I believe some of these things should have been included when the Xbox One shipped although I guess its safe to say, “Better late than never”.