Well, well, what do we have here? It seems that we have received word from the ground that Xbox One’s Upload Studio will be launched when the next generation console itself rolls out in the US as well as in Europe later this November. There is a dark cloud hovering over the Upload Studio’s launch, as it has been conveyed that user made videos will only be able to be shared via the likes of YouTube and Facebook in a patch that is said to be issued sometime next year, although the exact timing has yet to be determined.
According to Microsoft’s senior director of product management and planning, Albert Penello, the Xbox One Upload Studio will have the ability to record 720p video at 30 frames per second, where the final 30 seconds of gameplay will always be available so that one is able to edit and share in a jiffy. Ah well, good things come to those who wait, or at least, that is the general rule that we are aware of. While we await the Upload Studio to support YouTube later on, why not keep ourselves occupied with games on the console itself in between? There should be enough quality titles to tide you over between then and the future.
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