As gaming becomes more social than ever before, gamer Justin Smith is excited to be one of the first people to share a screenshot from an Xbox One S console.
“It was an ordeal,” Justin claimed. “The prompt to save it seemed simple enough, but then finding where it was stored wasn’t as simple as I thought. Once I had found it, I tried sharing to my Twitter but it kept forcing a link to a site. Eventually I just copied the picture off the link and posted it in a format people will actually bother with.”
While the first Xbox One console came with a Kinect unit and use voice recognition to share captures, the process has been painful for those without the peripheral. Due to the lack of popularity, a direct port for the peripheral was removed from the S and X models of the Xbox One in favour of a $60 adapter*
*this adapter was announced to be discontinued in January of 2018.
Justin says “It would be nice if they streamlined the process. I’m just glad I could share that funny skeleton next to the toilet in Fallout 4.”