The Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlefields will leave the Game Preview program on September 4th. Developers have announced on Gamescom 2018, which marks the game's progression from early access to official full-product. The 1.0 update will bring the smaller Sanhok map with new weapons and dynamic hosts, War Mode death match and microtransactions in the game for cosmetic items, as well as the newly introduced Event Pass. There will be limited edition Xbox-labeled cosmetic DLC available to current and new players when the update goes live.
Of course, getting a 1.0 issue does not mean that PUBG development is complete. The PC version left Steam Early Access back in December, but as a live, online-focused game, new features, weapons and maps has been continuously added. Perhaps especially, the development team recently admitted the extent of game bugginess and instability by launching a high profile "Fix PUBG " campaign. The Xbox version has been even worse since it was released in Game Preview, so it's safe to say that there will still be a lot of work to be done beyond September.
Microsoft also announces a PUBG Limited Edition Xbox One Controller with "New and Exclusive Release Handles" and a digital camo design. It also comes with matching PUBG DLC. The controller is available for pre-order now and shipped October 30 to $ 69.99.