For example, the new desert map Miramar is scheduled to reach Xbox One some time in early 2018. I've always had some sympathy for this opinion, but equally there have been many games over the years which have discovered that with the right allowances a controller can come damn close to closing the gap. The "Y" button cycles through your guns if you press it, or you can unequip everything - and run faster across open fields - by holding it. This is good news for players that have yet to purchase a hard drive upgrade, as it means they may not have to delete any games off their console in order to download and play the critically-acclaimed battle royale game on launch day.
The "X" button interacts with objects if you press it, and reloads weapons if you hold it. The popular first-person perspective mode will be added at a later date that has yet to be announced.
The Xbox One version of PUBG is the exact same as the version that's now on the PC, and the game is also going to be getting some new content in the near future, such as a new map that takes place in a desert with a city, rather than on the rural island that the game's first map was on.
What I'd like to draw special attention to, is when DF mentions the "significantly improved" draw distances on Xbox One X (at 5:50 in the video).
Without the ability to snap your view around quickly using the mouse, you're much less aware of what was going on around you.
Once you are on the ground, textures do not always load until you are on top of them which is an issue for finding a gun as you may not see if from the opposite side of a building.
Although the controls as listed on Microsoft's official blog are intended for launch, Microsoft is at pains to point out that PUBG Corp will be closely monitoring feedback during the game's preview period and may adjust these controls in response to the players.
It needs the smallest amount of auto-aim, and it desperately needs its control scheme to be simplified if PUBG wants to feel like a console game, rather than a PC game controlled with a gamepad. In some cases, they have been there since the launch of the game on PC.
The Xbox One X version of the game is also locked to a 30 FPS maximum, but does a better job at staying stable during the lobby and plane jump.