"Break in" oil is an "old mechanics tale" ! Cars ship with exactly the same oil that they were tested with and the exact same oil that is recommended in the owner's manual.
Changing oil BEFORE the recommended interval is a waste of money (assuming you drive under "normal" conditions). With all of the testing that the SAE and API do on oil today, there is very little, IF ANY, difference between different brands oil. Motorcraft semi-synthetic is actually a very good deal.
I'll try not to start an oil war here, but there are lots of differences between oil brands. Manuals usually don't recommend a brand, but viscosity grade(s) which are often dependent on the local conditions and driving styles.
It will be a waste of money to dump the original new oil & filter, but I run synthetic a LOT longer than most manufacturer manuals estimate (often 3k miles or 5k kms). I change the oil in my sports car about once a year and it sees everything from harsh winters to extreme track days… and the used oil analysis I did on it after 15k kms said it was doing just fine.
Synthetic oil has smaller (more uniform) molecules and I don’t want the engine/seals getting used to conventional dino oil, which typically also has more impurities. With this 2.0L engine being a direct injection turbo, I think it will benefit both short and long-term from using high quality oil (and premium 91+ octane gas). Personally I’m considering swapping the oil in my 2017 Edge as soon as I get it.