Xbox One June 2020 Update makes it easier to see where your games are coming from

Laurent Giret

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Microsoft’s Xbox One consoles are getting another system update with minor improvements today. The main new feature in the June 2020 Update is the addition of overlays on game tiles, which will tell you where your installed games are coming from.

“This release will support games from Xbox Game Pass, Xbox Live Gold, and EA Access subscriptions,” Microsoft said today. The new overlays will be visible on game tiles in My Games & Apps, Home, and the Xbox Guide.

After installing the June 2020 Update, you’ll also notice new badges next to your Gamertag on Home and in the Guide to highlight your Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass memberships. If you subscribe to Xbox Game Pass after installing the update, a new content block will also automatically be added on the Home dashboard to help you discover new games in the catalog.

Lastly, the June 2020 Update also adds verification badges for official Xbox Live clubs owned and managed by game developers. Xbox Live Clubs haven’t received a lot of attention in recent years, so it’s nice to see that Microsoft hasn’t forgotten about them.

Microsoft has been consistently delivering new Xbox One system updates every month recently, and the company is already working on the next one coming in July. A redesigned Xbox Store is also in the works, though we don’t know yet when it will be generally available on the console.