That means anyone can download the game and jump into its Battle Royale-style action without paying a cent!
Microsoft is partially solving this problem today with FastStart, an Xbox One feature that prioritizes critical game files to let you play "select" games while they download in the background. Until July 12, you can also get the chance to pick up some soccer-themed cosmetics either through fan gifts or by purchasing them with Ramen, The Darwin Project's in-game currency, in the item shop.
First off, FastStart has been enabled in the English-language versions of some Xbox Game Pass titles.
This feature is now enabled for English-language titles in the Xbox Game Pass catalog, and Microsoft plans to expand it to "more games in more languages over time", Hryb wrote. You can add groups to Home and Guide, and there should be one Group made as soon as your update is complete.
You can now group your games and apps and the search has been improved and you can press Y anywhere on the dashboard to bring up the search dialog. Someone's holding a PlayStation 4 controller instead of an Xbox One controller. You will be able to see a full list of supported titles here, though it hadn't been updated at the time this article was being written. Full mouse and keyboard support has been enabled for PC users via the Share Controller, and multi-touch support has been enabled for touch devices.
The game has been undergoing some big changes since it left the Xbox Preview Program, including the addition of Duo mode, invite a friend options, private matches, the Glider tool, skill-based matchmaking, and five new Show Director powers. Hyrb said this feature is "perfect for talking to your audience while switching from game to game or setting up before you start playing".