The next content update for Halo: The Master Chief Collection will ensure an experience that the game was meant to give, 343 Industries has promised.
The update was supposed to arrive sooner but was then delayed to get more time for evaluating and testing purposes. The developer assures that it’s still working hard on the next update, which will be one of the biggest yet for the game.
According to community manager “B Is For Bravo”, the update will focus primarily on matchmaking search time, match search success, hit registration and lobby / party functionality.
“As this update contains the biggest changes to the Matchmaking system yet, we have identified that additional time and testing is required,” explains Bravo, “and we are currently evaluating both timing and need for a CU beta with the Xbox One Preview program, as well as the final public release date in February.”
Fans would perhaps be interested in knowing that there are also a few playlist updates in the works which will eventually introduce Team Snipers and an objective-only Featured playlist while converting Halo 2: Anniversary’s Rumble playlist into a cross-game Rumble Pit playlist.
The update is set to arrive later in this month of February. Owners would be glad to know that they can finally get to play online without the prevalent issues.