The Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is only getting more and more popular. To keep up with demand, the developers behind the game are continually making changes to make the game better for everyone. Most recently, they've made some adjustments to vehicles and the damage that surrounds them, they've improved the visual quality of scopes, and they've fixed a bunch of bugs.
Let's look at vehicle changes. Essentially, it's become more dangerous on the Xbox One version of PUBG to be in one. If you're in a vehicle of some kind and you crash into anything, everyone (driver and passenger) will have more injuries than before. Vehicles will suffer more damage from grenades than they did pre-patch. Also, when a PUBG vehicle is shot at, it will receive more damage to the body, but especially to the wheels. Essentially, it should be easier to take one down. PUBG's developers also added less damage to players outside of a vehicle when they get hit by one. It remains to be seen how this will affect the balancing of the game as a whole.
Another major change to the Xbox One version of PUBG is improved visual quality in the Red Dot, Holographic, and 2x Sight scope reticles. This isn't detailed any further than that, but hopefully when you go into PUBG, the view will look nicer through the scope. The PUBG developers have also continued their efforts to make controller input lag less of a problem.
Last but certainly not least, this latest Xbox One PUBG patch fixes a bunch of bugs, including auto-run being disabled when aiming down sights.