Update: Users can now stream FUSER through Twitch App on Xbox. You may find more information on how to start streaming on Xbox here.
On PlayStation, you should be able to use the Twitch App by using a single tap instead of a double tap when attempting to launch the App.
Alternatively, console users can stream FUSER by utilizing a capture card and stream/capture software to connect their console set up to a PC and stream the game from there. A capture card is a device that allows you to link your console with your PC and TV, just plug in the cables into each device and you should be good to go.
Next, start up the streaming or recording software of your choice on your PC and follow the instructions to start your stream. For more tips and guides on recommended streaming software and how to set up your stream, check out Twitch's Topic Catalog: https://help.twitch.tv/s/topiccatalog.
If you do plan on streaming FUSER, make sure to follow our User Generated Content Guide here.
Console users can now make use of their native console recording features to take screenshots/videos of their FUSER gameplay from anywhere in the game. For more information on how to access your platform’s recording features, please refer to the steps below:
Xbox: To capture the last 30 seconds of game play, press the Xbox button on your controller and then press the X button (Record that).
For longer recordings, press the Xbox button on your controller, then choose Capture options. Then select Record from now or Capture what happened.
Nintendo Switch: While in a compatible game, press and hold down the Capture Button on the left Joy-Con.
- Up to thirty seconds of gameplay prior to pressing the Capture Button will be saved.
- The captured videos can be viewed within the Album.
PlayStation: Video of the most recent 15 minutes of gameplay is continuously and automatically recorded. You can save gameplay as a video clip, in either of the following ways.
- Press the SHARE button, and then press the SQUARE button.
- Press the SHARE button, and then select [Save Video Clip].