First up, there's an auto-run function added to the game, which is activated by double-clicking L3 while standing still. In addition, you can now cancel casting actions while the inventory screen is active, while grenades can once again be cycled by hitting right on the D-pad.
The developer has also squashed a few lingering bugs, plus continued its optimisation for various crash issues. Some of the key highlights include shaky cam reduction while riding a vehicle, adjusting the player's positioning when exiting vehicles and parachutes, and removing a camera issue related to Aim Down Sights and Free Lock interactions.
Despite its teething problems, the Xbox One version of PUBG has proved a runaway success, nabbing over three million players by the end of 2017. Meanwhile, PUBG Corp is looking to further tweak the PC version of the game, such as toning down the blue zone somewhat.