Halo: The Master Chief Collection To Get Another Patch This Week

By   /   Dec 2, 2014

The issues of Halo: The Master Chief Collection have been well documented on the web since its launch last month. The developers have also been busy, as they have already released a few updates to address some of the major issues.

However, there are still some matchmaking problems that aren’t allowing players to play the game online. To improve the online experience and to specifically address the matchmaking concerns, 343 Industries will release a patch update sometime this week.

The team continues development and testing of upcoming content updates, the next of which will specifically make improvements to the matchmaking system and flow. This particular update is on track for delivery this week. We will provide more details on the exact ETA, included fixes, and additional upcoming content updates in the near future.

Here’s hoping that this update will finally do the trick and everyone will be able to play without much of a hassle. The issues upon games’ launch are quite annoying for the players because they spend their hard earned money on the titles to play them; not to wait for the patch updates.

The launch issues in the last couple of months have increased to a point that players have started to delay their purchases, so that they can know for sure if the game is working fine or not.

We saw Sony facing troubles with Driveclub, Ubisoft with Assassin’s Creed Unity and some with Far Cry 4, and Microsoft with Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Hopefully, the upcoming games will not launch with the plethora of issues that players have been facing this fall.

Source: Halo Waypoint