After Microsoft announced that starting from April 25, its digital marketing center will no longer be connected to Twitter, and recently cut off the sharing game recording DVR function on Win11 and Xbox game consoles.
Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox Series S|X game consoles have a built-in content-sharing function. After users click, they can record the previous 30 seconds of game content and share it on the Twitter platform to attract the attention of fans and friends.
Twitter announced that the initial monthly fee for paid Twitter API subscriptions is US$42,000, and the fee will continue to increase according to the amount of usage.
Players then reported that they could no longer use the Xbox DVR function, and the Xbox official account responded later as follows
We were forced to disable the ability to share game screens to Twitter directly on the console, or via the Game Bar on Windows. The Xbox app for Android and iOS still supports sharing your favorite moments to Twitter.