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The ability to stream your gameplay via Twitch is finally coming to the Xbox One on March 11th when Titanfall releases. I don't think that's a coincidence.
One streaming feature the Xbox One will have over the PlayStation 4 is the ability to archive your streams. In addition, streamers can directly interact with viewers through the party system, which will get an update when Twitch functionality goes live.
"It's complete integration," Twitch CEO Emmett Shear said. "It's exciting because we've never had the ability to broadcast from a console like this with such a deep level of integration. The concept of being able to join a broadcasters' party is really cool, and it's another step in the direction of interacting more closely with broadcasters."
With this updated party system, you can see which of your friends are streaming when you log on and instantly join their party to view their broadcast.
And of course, Twitch streaming will have its own set of Kinect voice commands.
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