There are gamers out there who broadcast the playing of games for a living. Perhaps they’re pros where other gamers subscribe to in order to learn how to be a better player, or they could simply be reviewing a game live as they play, but whatever the reason is, there is a huge demand for it.

That being said, Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall is now live and it seems that not only will gamers be able to enjoy the game, but it seems that they will be able to broadcast their first experience of it via Twitch. This has been confirmed by Twitch themselves where they state that the app update will be available today, a day earlier than expected.

Twitch’s functionality on the Xbox One was expected to be made available at the launch of the console, but unfortunately that did not happen. In fact the functionality was thought to be enabled tomorrow on Tuesday, but it seems that Twitch/Microsoft decided to make it available a day earlier in time for Titanfall’s release.

Gamers who wish to take advantage of this feature will be able to enable it through a “Xbox broadcast” command, although they will need to adjust their privacy settings as well as setup a Twitch account as well.

If you’d like to learn more about the feature or how to enable it, head on over to Microsoft’s Xbox website for the instructions, or you  can check out the video above.

Filed in Gaming . Tags: Twitch and Xbox One.
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