Can’t answer whether it will be made available, but FYI eDrive is a huge pain that was never fully supported by anyone. Even if you go through the hugely cumbersome process to prep your drive (install Windows unencrypted, run a utility, and then reboot directly into Windows Setup to reinstall Windows from scratch), there was never an official mechanism to disable the feature or perform a secure erase. Microsoft and the SSD vendors both published documentation saying to ask the other party for info about that. Additionally, CPUs for roughly a decade now have had hardware acceleration for AES encryption and decryption operations that allows regular software BitLocker to be used without any performance penalty even on modern NVMe SSDs. I would suggest sticking with regular BitLocker.