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Halo: The Master Chief Collection Getting More Ranked Playlists
Here’s some good news for Halo fans, according to a post on HaloWaypoint we are getting a new content update sometime in April. The update will bring along some more ranked playlists for Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Apart from the additional playlists, April’s CU will bring some more improvements to the game. What they are is unknown but more details will be shared close to its roll-out.
Our next CU, which is on track for delivery in April, will address a variety of issues across the game, including specific improvements to ranking, new quit and betrayal penalties, and more as we prepare to roll out ranks to additional playlists. We’ll provide more about what’s included as we get closer to the release of the CU. As always, full patch notes will be released once the CU becomes available.
Penalties? Looks like quitters will be punished in some way by 343 Industries.
On the other hand, the most recent update that went live earlier for Halo: Combat Evolved changed the team size from 2-3 players to only 2 players. Based on community feedback, the developers are looking into making some changes to team sizes and player count across all upcoming and existing playlists.
we’ll be looking to update team sizes and player counts across existing and upcoming playlists, including Team Doubles, as we get closer to the next update.
You can read more about the next update by following the link posted above.
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