updated - September 18, 2021 Saturday EDT
Five days after its launch, "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" has been the subject of negative forums as it is plagued with glitches and issues. To aid the newly released video game, Microsoft announced that a new update is coming, Forbes reported.
"Halo: The Master Chief Collection's" upcoming new patch will be addressing matchmaking issues and other bugs that has been causing inconvenience for all Xbox One gamers. The new update is expected to end and repair the glitches which include "unplayable multiplayer suite, with problems ranging from slow matchmaking to mismatched teams, frequent disconnects, input lag, and an unreliable party system."
Starting today, Nov. 19, "Halo" players will need to install the update that will fix the bug that caused players to be placed in a different team, even they are supposedly within the same Matchmaking party. The new update will also try to repair team skill matching to make it more accurate for both ranked and unranked players.
The update will also fix the campaign HUD resetting, campaign leaderboards and scoring HUD, and competitive HUD time split which has been affected by "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" bugs. Microsoft and 343 Industries asked for patience from the Xbox One Players.
Microsoft, as the game's publisher, has been working alongside 343 to aid the issues haunting "Halo: The Masterchief Collection." The game's executive producer said they have been working in resolving matchmaking issues in the recently released "Halo."
"We know the current Matchmaking experience is frustrating, and we continue to have various teams working 24/7 to isolate and resolve the issues to provide the best experience as soon as possible," he said.
Ayoub also said the update will hopefully address the majority of the bugs that have been plaguing "Halo: The Masterchief Collection." "We are going to continue to optimize the matchmaking experience after next week's content update, and make further adjustments as needed," he added.
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