I try to find a game but it never finds it. The Xbox was way better than the Xbox one. It is a load of rubbish.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is about to get some major updates that will drastically rework code and improve functionality, courtesy of a small team within Industries dedicated solely to supporting old Halo games. Normally this would be good - if somewhat expected - news. What makes this particular turn of events notable is that it's currently Februarymore than three years on from Halo: MCC's original release date of November 11,
Unfortunately, that track record appears to be at an end, as the prognosis for Halo: The Master Chief Collection's multiplayer isn't looking good. In fact, matchmaking and its underlying functionality invites, party system seem to be completely broken out of the gate. I've spent the last hour trying to successfully enter a multiplayer match via matchmaking, using most of the title's 10 built-in playlists which span the entire Halo multiplayer library of maps and modes.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection was always going to be an immediate commercial success. The remastered collection, which was released on November 11 exclusively for Xbox One, sold over 1 million copies worldwide in its first week. The Master Chief Collection promised fans the chance to play the first four Halo titles in one convenient package.
A beta test for a game that was released two months ago? Not quite, as the situation isn't that ludicrous for Halo: The Master Chief Collection, but it is pretty bad. There is a beta beginning today for the game, but one that might have been better off calling something else.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection developer Industries has issued a new statement apologising for the game's ongoing matchmaking problems. Players continue to experience long waits when attempting to find matchmade games, an issue that has existed since the game's launch earlier this month. Our team is committed to working around the clock until these issues are resolved.
Following the big update in November that added the very-excellent "match composer" feature, the first big update of introduces a new "modern aiming" option, more skulls for Halo: Combat Evolved, a lot of bug fixes, and more. The first thing you'll notice with the update is that the Halo: MCC menu screen now has a winter makeover. The animated menu screen shows snow falling on a warthog.
The developers have announced the new patch aims to improve the matchmaking system, which has caused a range of issue for fans online since launch almost three week ago. Please note that while this update will improve team balance issues, we do not expect it to fully resolve uneven teams. Our next content update, targeted for early next week, will address team balance. We will provide more details on the exact ETA, included fixes, and additional upcoming content updates in the near future.