Minecraft players can now broadcast their creation exploits using the newly integrated Twitch streaming functionality.
The promised in-game streaming capabilities for mega-hit creation game Minecraft which developer Mojang and Twitch.com jointly announced earlier this month are now live.
The in-game streaming feature is currently available on both Windows and Mac and can be accessed by linking a player’s Minecraft account with their Twitch account. Once in-game, the player can simply hit their F6 key to begin live streaming their session onto their Twitch channel and can adjust their video settings via the Broadcast Options menu.
Mojang has warned players that the functionality behind the in-game streaming is still very new and thus likely to be buggy during the first few days. However, the studio is encouraging all Minecraft players to try it out and submit their feedback to help expedite the process of ironing out bugs and improving stability. For a quick preview of how the in-game streaming works, check out the below trailer and head on over to Mojang’s website for a more in-depth breakdown of how to get in-game Twitch streaming up and running on your account.