Microsoft Shows off Xbox One Screenshot Features
Phil Spencer who is the Xbox boss has a teaser of the upcoming Xbox One new screenshot features that will become available to the public use very soon. Spencer publicized on Twitter last weekend stating that,
Nice to finally be doing this on my Xbox One dev kit. pic.twitter.com/AgDDWr3ExJ
— Phil Spencer (@XboxP3) February 6, 2015
The message went along together by a picture showing the Xbox One’s double-tap guide menu in which a new choice to save a screenshot now applies. It is such a bit of a tricky workaround but in following messages Spencer has stressed out that the user interface way was still in beta.
The capacity to take the screen shots from an Xbox One has been the most requested feature from the users most of the time. Even if the right method is still indefinable or elusive, Microsoft is working on the additional feature for some time.
It is now expected that screen shots will be arriving in one of the console’s next few month firmware updates. You are allowed to snap a screenshot of the games since the console launched because PlayStation 4 and the Wii U let you do so.
Personally I’m not that bothered by this functionality or feature but I suppose it is a nice addition. It also demonstrates that Xbox are listening to what the public are requesting. It will be a useful feature in terms of snapping those epic moments during your gameplay but in my opinion I prefer to watch the video clip as it recreates the moment even better.