Xbox One fans were really saddened when news hit that Twitch streaming wouldn’t make the launch of the console back in November. The ability to seamlessly stream your gameplay sessions to the online service was a major draw for both of the new consoles, but only one of them launched with the functionality. Now, four months later the feature is finally coming to Xbox One.
Twitch support will launch on March 11 alongside the highly anticipated Titanfall. The updated app for the service will bring a lot of new functionalities not featured in other iterations such as the ability to jump right into available games via streams that you may be viewing and voice controls thanks to Kinect. The app has been developed by Twitch so you can expect it to have pretty much every bell and whistle possible.