We absolutely love Xbox's Free Play Days program here at Pure Xbox — seriously, we've bought loads of games because of it — but if there's one thing we don't like, it's that Free Play Days barely gets promoted on your console.
The program, which allows Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate members to play up to three games for free (no catches) from Thursday to Sunday every week, is finally now getting some visibility improvements on Xbox, albeit in a fairly minor form. Now, when a game is included with Free Play Days, it'll show up in your Games with Gold library and include the "Free Play Days" tag, so you know exactly why it's appearing in your list.
To be honest, this still isn't really enough for us. We'd love to see Xbox promoting Free Play Days more thoroughly, as it's a great way to try games before you buy (we bought Saints Row The Third Remastered the other week!).
It's definitely a start though, and it's nice to see Xbox taking steps to improve the visibility of the program.
How often do you engage with Free Play Days titles on Xbox? Tell us in the comments below.