There's some good news for PC gamers who use the Xbox Wireless Controller to play games. The Share button feature, which lets users capture screenshots and record gameplay video clips, has started rolling out to Windows 11 systems as well.
A YouTube user named Winnie uploaded a video of the feature working last week. It seems the Share button has been enabled since the Windows 11 beta channel Build version 22000.194. However, if you're an insider who still hasn't received the feature yet, it shouldn't be too long.
Since the Share feature has been added in the beta build, it is likely that the option will also be available in the Windows 11 release version too, which is coming out on October 5.
Microsoft has finally enabled the new Xbox Share button on Xbox Series X/S controllers in Windows 11 🙏 pic.twitter.com/CTsOQsiGYJ— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) September 30, 2021
Earlier, Microsoft had stated that WIndows 11 will be the "Best Windows Ever for Gaming". That's because a lot of genuinely good gaming-focused features have been announced so far which include the firm's DirectStorage API and support for hybrid x86 architecture on Alder Lake. The company also promises that Windows 11, in general, has been designed in a way so as to get the best out of the hardware available to it.
Source: Winnie (YouTube)