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This article was published on June 27, 2014


Xbox One owners will be able to watch recorded game clips on xbox.com starting next week

Xbox One owners will be able to watch recorded game clips on xbox.com starting next week Image by: AFP/Getty Images
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Microsoft is revamping xbox.com for its growing base of Xbox One customers. Starting next week, players will be able to log-in and see a wealth of information related to their account, including achievements and recorded clips.

It all centers around a redesigned profile page, which features a large display picture, you current reputation level and what your friends have been up to. For the first time ever, you’ll also be able to see your game clips underneath your profile – they can be viewed individually or back-to-back in an epic montage.

Likewise, you’ll be able to view the clips recorded by your friends on their profile page, and also compare achievements side-by-side. “These changes mark the beginning of a number of community-requested features on xbox.com,” Larry ‘Major Nelson’ Hyrb, Director of Programming for Xbox Live said. “We’ll have more news to share throughout the summer and fall.”

It’s worth noting that Microsoft introduced Xbox One achievements to xbox.com earlier this month.

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