Microsoft Xbox owners often have to manually find if the game showing up on their home screen is from Game Pass, Origin or maybe Xbox Live gold. The latest news confirmed that Xbox One June 2020 update will put an end to this confusion finally and enable you to manage your library in a much better way.
Gone are the days when 1 terabyte of space was considered to be a mammoth size for a console. Activision’s Call of Duty Modern Warfare is a big time offender since 2019 that occupies close to 200GB on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. While it remains the same on PCs too, the Master Race might probably spend more dollars to ensure they don’t have to delete another game from their library.
The new update will denote where your games’ source is making it easier to know if you own it, if it is going out of Game Pass soon or you could delete it to make space for a brand new AAA title. Managing space is often a nightmare even if you have an external drive for your console and knowing where the game comes from should make the decision of whether to keep or delete it a much easier process.
With the Xbox One June 2020 update, according to the screenshot a big tag on the game’s cover will let you know if it is part of Xbox Game Pass. After all, there are literally over a 100 titles on the subscription service and some of them may not last long on it. At the same time, you will also know if it is from Live Gold or Origin Access to make up your mind quickly to download and update or a completely new game to check it out.
Microsoft often rolls out lots of new things, some not loved by the community but they continue to innovate in the space and we opine the new June 2020 update will have plenty more minor yet useful tweaks for gamers.