This is new, your Xbox One game collection can come from different services, which can make it a little bit stressful to manage your game library. However, you may no longer have to bother yourself with which game to delete to free up space.
Microsoft said it’s currently trotting out an Xbox June 2020 update that will identify where your games come from, so you’ll know if a game is from Game Pass, Live Gold or EA Access. Although, it’s not certain if other services are in the pipeline, but the good thing is that you will be able to sift through your catalog with little effort.
Users will also see a Game Pass or Live Gold badge next to their Gamertag just on the home screen and in the Guide, and the Game Pass content will move to the top of the dashboard if the user is a new subscriber.
Then, if you like to participate in Clubs, just know you’re all good. Another interesting thing is that Microsoft is now showing verification checkmarks next to official clubs, which makes it clear that users are participating in the developer’s group instead of a fan-run unit, unlike the way it was
All of that will risk deterring sign-ups for indie Clubs, because they won’t have a seal of approval, as it is, although it’ll reduce the chances of a less-than-scrupulous Club tricking people into joining when they they want to join.