Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox Series X has the capability of recording and streaming gameplay at 4K visuals and 60 frames per-second, which is an upgrade over the 4K, 30fps on Xbox One X.
As first reported by Polygon, Microsoft revealed this information via a media-only fact sheet this week, although this feature was suggested as being available exclusively on the Xbox Series X (which makes sense due to the lack of native 4K on the Xbox Series S), with no further details shared on the lesser-powered Series S console for now.
And of course, all of this will be made even easier due to the new controller's Share button, which will provide quick access to capture-related features on Microsoft's next-generation systems.
Will you be making use of recording and streaming features on the Series X? Let us know in the comments.