Xbox Game DVR Twitter sharing isn’t going away after all due to fan outcry

A few weeks ago, Xbox insiders got a preview of the console’s next update. The ability to directly share captured video clips to Twitter was removed, leading to many disappointed Xbox fans on Reddit and Twitter. Social media sharing is a key component of gaming today, and it was disappointing that it was restricted. Fortunately, this change to Game DVR has been reverted.

Xbox Insider lead Brad Rossetti confirmed the reversal on twitter. “This change reverts to previous behavior,” Rossetti said, and it’s happening today, March 30. “Thanks for your feedback on the Twitter sharing feature change,” the programmer adds. “Feedback” is a nice way of putting it – people were quite dissatisfied with the change.

Of course, there’s a lot more going on behind the scenes at Xbox. Mouse and keyboard support for Xbox Cloud Gaming is in the works and a new cloud publishing wing from Xbox Game Studios has been introduced. The latter will work with both triple-A and indie developers to create “cloud-native-only” titles for Xbox consoles and PC.

The goal there is to further strengthen Game Pass. Though Xbox CEO Phil Spencer said it’s not the only way Microsoft plans to “win” as a company, it’s still its flagship program. Game Pass had more than 25 million subscribers as of January this year. Xbox Game DVR Twitter sharing isn’t going away after all due to fan outcry

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