The launch is designed to coincide with the release of anticipated sci-fi shooter Titanfall. This will enable Xbox One owners to share a live video feed of their in-game action to the Twitch site without needing any additional hardware or software. The company is promising that gamers will love its solution due to the app's feature integration and high-quality video.
Xbox senior director Lisa Gurry when asked her what caused the delay said "We were just working on the full feature set," she told GamesBeat. "For example, we were working to ensure users get notifications on Xbox One when their favorite gamers are broadcasting. You can be in the middle of another activity, and you'll get a notification so you don't have to miss a minute of the opportunity to watch someone play."