Just in time for the launch of its biggest video game to date, Microsoft's Xbox One will add the option for players to broadcast their interactive exploits live.
Streaming service Twitch confirmed the Xbox One will feature live game broadcasting starting March 11, the same day that Electronic Arts releases the hyped first-person shooter Titanfall.
The app will integrate with Kinect, so users can start sharing their game play live by saying "Xbox, Broadcast." The updated app will also include chat and notifications when friends start broadcasting their games.
The use of Twitch surged last November with the November launch of Sony's PlayStation 4, which was the first game console to include built-in Twitch broadcasting.
Since then, the service has topped 45 million unique viewers, up from 3.2 million in 2011, and members watch 13 billion minutes of streaming video per month.