As we get closer to the rollout of the New Xbox One Experience update on November 12, Microsoft continues to post up new videos offering a tour of the Windows 10-based user interface. The latest shows Xbox Live programming head Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb and Richard Irving from the Xbox engineering team showing off the new Games Hub feature.
Each Xbox One game will have its own Games Hub, and as the video shows, not only does it allow users to launch the game directly from the Hub, it also offers information and updates for each game. That can include news updates directly from the developer of the game, which can show up in a Xbox One gamer's Activity Feed if you "follow" in on its Games Hub page.
It can also show which of your friends not only own your favorite games in each hub, but it can show if they are in an active game session or party. The Games Hub will also show personal stats as well as how many Xbox Live achievement gamers have unlocked, and that information can also be compared with friends. The Games Hub will also be the new home for any screenshot or Game DVR clip made for each Xbox One game,
Source: Xbox (YouTube)