Your Xbox One lets you livestream or record video to share your gaming exploits, but that's overkill when all you want to do is brag about a shiny new Forza car. Wouldn't it be nice if you could take a screenshot, like your PlayStation 4-toting friends can? You'll have that option soon. After months of promises, Microsoft's Phil Spencer has shown off an Xbox One screen capture feature that lets you share still images. He's quick to warn that this isn't the finished interface, and that the feature will get a "proper intro" when it's ready for a preview -- it could be a while before you're giving this a spin. Even so, it's good to know that you won't have to take a photo just to prove that you beat an arch-rival's score.
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