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Post by Eorl @ 10:26am 22/11/13 | 0 Comments
Popular sandbox building title Minecraft has flicked the switch to allow in-game Twitch integration, letting players broadcast their dastardly feats as they battle away at the various environments while building their luxurious villages.

The feature was first announced earlier this month, revealing a partnership between Twitch and Mojang to allow livestream broadcasting. The update has now gone live and is available to those on Windows (XP or higher required) and Mac OS X Lion (10.7).

Mojang revealed in a new update on their blog that functionality will need to be setup first, requiring you to visit your Mojang account settings and link a Twitch account to your Mojang account. Once that's done all you need to do is jump in-game, enable the broadcasting in the options menu and hit F6 while playing to record.

Alongside the Twitch integration the new patch has also brought a number of bug fixes and changes, which you can view alongside the instructions for Twitch in their new blog post.

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