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So, we knew that you could capture five minutes of gameplay with the Xbox One. Five minutes of fame, here we come! However, you will only be able to share those clips to Facebook and YouTube next year – fine for us seeing as we’re only getting the console next year anyway.

Albert Panello showed off the Xbox One UI to Destructoid at the Tokyo Game Show. The Xbox One can capture video at 730p 30fps – this video is available in the Xbox One’s Upload Studio for editing, saving and sharing. However, at launch, clips can only be shared on Xbox Live. Social sharing through Facebook and YouTube will only be possible next year.

You know, in some ways, it’s nice being delayed in getting the console. Sure, I’d love to get my hands on those sexy vibrating triggers sooner rather than later. However, I don’t really like buying anything at launch – better to give a few months for all the kinks to get ironed out. Still no news on a local release date, but at least we know that when it hits our shores we will be able to share on Facebook and YouTube. Prepare yourselves for my three videos that will equal 15 minutes of fame!

Last Updated: September 25, 2013

was reviewed on PC

Zoe Hawkins

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