The second update for the battle royale game following its emergence into the full 1.0 build will only affect PC players, so if you recently bought the game on the Xbox One, you won’t have any updates to worry about just yet. But for those on the PC, the update shouldn’t take too long to install since it’s a smaller one that focuses only on these two issues according to a tweet from the PUBG Twitter account.
PC players, today we deployed a small patch that fixed an issue with long range hits not registering intermittently and an issue with the client crashing in the lobby. Please make sure to download this update if you haven't already.— PLAY BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBATTLEGROUNDS) January 3, 2018
Following the game’s full release, the PUBG team said that they’ll continue to update the game with bugfixes and other content as they did while it was in its early access form. Since its 1.0 release, the game has continued to grow with more players adding to the growing concurrent counts, the most recent milestone being 3 million active players at one time. The game’s team also hopes to expand on the success of the titles with movies and other content sometime in the future.
However, if you’re waiting to receive updates like these small ones on the PlayStation 4, you’ll still have to wait quite a while before the game is released on the console. Speaking recently about the release of PUBG beyond the PC and Xbox One, PUBG Corp’s CEO Chang Han Kim said that they hope to have the game launch on “every platform” but that “it’s going to be an exclusive title on Xbox One for some time.”
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is currently available for the Xbox One and PC.