This fall has not been a good season for game developers. Some of the most anticipated titles have turned out to be total disappointments, in terms of their performance.
One of the games that suffered from issues was Halo: The Master Chief Collection. There were a number of issues with the game but the main and the most talked about issue, was matchmaking.
343 Industries has been listening to feedback and are working hard to fix the problem. The company understands your frustration, you know, the one you faced after paying $60 for a broken game. So, for what it’s worth, Bonnie Ross has apologized for everything.
In a post on Xbox Wire, head of 343 stated that they failed to deliver the experience fans deserve:
“With the initial release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, however, we have not delivered the experience you deserve.
I personally apologize for this on behalf of us all at 343 Industries. Our team is committed to working around the clock until these issues are resolved.”
Moreover, Bonnie Ross has also stated that they will “make things right” with their fans but the post didn’t mention how. More news about this is expected soon.
343 is planning multiple content updates and server-side tweaks in the weeks to come. Hopefully, after these tweaks the game will work as it was supposed to at launch. Details about the upcoming fixes will be posted on HaloWaypoint.