Halo 2's advanced matchmaking feature. The next-generation console, the Xbox One, will have an advanced matchmaking system built right into the OS.
The system is called "Smart Match", which will utilize advanced algorithms to find players based on skill, language, and reputation - and thanks to the advanced multitasking in the console, players can do other things like watch TV, listen to music or play other games while they wait to be paired.
This coincides with the new, fluid Achievements in the Xbox One. "Our new achievements portal not only keeps track of what you earned, but how you earned it, so it’s more personal than ever. It even lets you compare your achievements with your friends. Share your legacy and achieve greatness with Xbox One," stated a Microsoft rep.
DVR will allow players to record and rip gameplay videos and store them on the hard drive or export them to sites like YouTube or Facebook. The feature is similar to the PlayStation 4's Share function.
The Xbox One debuted yesterday at Microsoft's special event in Redmond, WA.