Xbox One: new XBL detailed, game capture confirmed

Tuesday, 21st May 2013 18:28 GMT By Dave Cook

Xbox One’s new Xbox Live service has been revealed at Microsoft’s reveal event in Redmond.

Microsoft confirmed that the new Xbox One’s new Xbox Live service will be powered by 300,000 servers worldwide.

Using the consoles inbuilt DVR you can record game moments and upload them online using the cloud, similar to Sony’s PS4 share function.

We’ll have more soon. Meanwhile you can keep watching the Xbox One reveal event here.



  1. xino

    3000.000 wtf

    xbox 1 has the lead on game recording.
    sony just said they will limit the use of sharing.
    how retarded

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Sadismek

    @1 Woe, is that you?

    #2 2 years ago
  3. ivycrew707

    @1….I bet you will have to pay for unlimited recording

    #3 2 years ago
  4. fps_d0minat0r

    yeah but those servers are not available to third party developers are they?
    EA will still use their own dodgy servers whether your on PC, XBL or PSN and call of duty will still be p2p.
    Still no reason why Microsoft should be getting paid when their servers are not the ones powering most of the games.

    Even the online pass is better, atleast that way the money goes to the company who is actually made the game and is running the server for it.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. ps3fanboy

    you got to be a muppet to buy this glorified cable box.

    #5 2 years ago

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