Tabletop Simulator [official site] and all its boardgame-replication and physics-enabled table-flipping will leave Early Access on June 5th. The switch to a full release might not mean much since updates will continue, but it will also see the price increase and herald the addition of the first DLC, an officially-licensed digital recreation of the card game Superfight.
Superfight is a card game in which two players assemble characters with powers by drawing cards, argue over who would win in a fight, and then put the outcome to a vote of the other players. It's produced by Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment, the creators of The Walking Dead. It coming to Tabletop Simulator as DLC is the first instance of a boardgame being added in officially licensed form, though there are already dozens of unofficial recreations available through the game's Steam Workshop. We collected some of the best Tabletop Simulator mods a few weeks ago, but one has to imagine there's more official translations on the way.
TTS leaving Early Access and the DLC train starting to roll doesn't mean that free updates to the main game are coming to an end. The announcement mentions more features to come, such as "VR support, Space Theme Pack, Mobile version, and additional features & fixes."
When the game is released on June 5th, the current price of $15/£11 will increase to $20/£15, while the Superfight DLC also available on that day will cost $10/£7.
Here's the most recent trailer: