Halo: The Master Chief Collection has been facing some serious matchmaking issues since its launch. The fix for these problems was scheduled to arrive this Wednesday, but it has been delayed.
In an update on Halo Waypoint, developers wrote that this delay has been done to add more fixes to the update, and it will now arrive later this week.
This week’s content update, which was originally scheduled for release this Wednesday, 11/19, will now be releasing later this week to allow for additional fixes, as well as the completion of the testing and certification process.
The update will include fixes for the issues like matchmaking, performance, general UI, stability, and will address some game specific problems of Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2 and Halo 2: Anniversary.
Currently, there are no patch notes provided, but they will come to light before the update is released.
Executive producer, Dan Ayoub in a post a couple of days back assured that the team is working 24/7 to isolate and resolve the matchmaking concerns.
Hopefully, the upcoming patch update will fix the issues for all players. Let’s just hope that it doesn’t get delayed further as unable to play multiplayer in Halo is nothing short of frustration.
Source: Halo Waypoint