Updated Nov. 18 at 1:20 p.m. PST with additional screenshots
Last month we shared the announcement of Machinima’s Xbox One experience — featuring Machinima Wingman, an exclusive Snap mode-enabled companion experience only available on Xbox One. Today, we are announcing the official list of titles that will be available at launch. Machinima will create 30 custom Machinima Wingman videos for each game title that will automatically populate in the Snap window after saying “Xbox, Snap Machinima.”
At launch, you can find exclusive videos for:
- “Dead Rising 3”
- “Battlefield 4”
- “Ryse: Son of Rome”
- “Call of Duty: Ghosts”
These custom videos will offer gamers the ability to access tips and tricks while they play. No more leaving your game to improve your game! Don’t worry, Machinima tells me that “Xbox, Snap Machinima” will surface videos already available on Machinima for any game you play. They also tell me that many more exclusive videos for additional titles will be added in the coming months, so stay tuned.
The Machinima experience on Xbox One will also offer gamers the opportunity to earn unique media achievements created by gamers, for gamers, taking inspiration from the original game achievements on the Xbox platform. Remember, media achievements will not affect gamerscore. Can’t get enough of the videos on the Machinima App? Watch 1,000 videos and get the “TV Rots Your Brain” achievement!
Other achievements include:
- License and Registration: Simply download the Machinima App.
- n00b: Watch a video on the Machinima App.
- Thanks for the Sub: Subscribe to a show, game or partner on the Machinima App.
- Addict: Launch the Machinima App 10 times within 30 days.
- Night Owl: Launch the Machinima App between 1 and 4 a.m. local time.
- You Can Be My Wingman Anytime: Watch 30 Machinima Wingman videos.
- You Can Be Mine: Watch 150 Machinima Wingman videos.
- TV Rots Your Brain: Watch 1,000 videos on the Machinima App.
- Oversharer: Share 10 videos on Facebook via the Machinima App.
- And one secret achievement — you’ll have to look back through the history of Machinima to find this hidden gem.
Make sure to download the Machinima App for Xbox One on Nov. 22.