It has been officially revealed today by Xbox Australia product manager Adam Pollington that the Xbox One will automatically record gameplay when you unlock an achievement.
This is, as you might expect, alongside the Xbox One’s ability to constantly record the last five minutes of gameplay, and was revealed by Adam Pollington in an interview with ChampChong at EB Games Expo. You can view ChampChong’s coverage below.
Pollington also revealed that as well as this, the X1’s Kinect could also be used to film the player’s reaction when unlocking an achievement, but only if the developer of the game in question has made use of the feature.
In the video linked above, the Xbox One Upload Studio is discussed as well as the changes implemented for Kinect 2.o. Included in this coverage, is a rather interesting piece of information. Kinect can now support up to six players, and will also require less space to capture your whole body. So, if you are limited for space, the Kinect 2.0 will function more efficiently.