Halo: The Master Chief Collection‘s latest Content Update is finally here after a long time coming.
Originally promised to be “one of the game’s biggest” updates yet, and also originally planned for a February release, the patch should be now available the next time you log in to The Master Chief Collection.
As previously outlined, it focuses heavily on matchmaking and party stability while providing a few much-needed title-specific fixes. You’ll find the official patch notes below:
- Made a variety of updates to improve matchmaking performance and success rates
- Improved matchmaking search times/time to match
- Improved stability throughout the matchmaking process across all titles
- Improved party stability
- Made improvements to multiplayer shot registration
- Improved campaign stability across a variety of levels
- Addressed stability issues for matchmaking and custom games
- Fixed issues around resuming H2A Campaign from “remastered” mode
- Improved medal display consistency
- Fixed issues regarding aim assist which resulted in the reticle being pushed away from an enemy
- Improved shot registration consistency between host / client in peer-to-peer custom game matches
- Resolved a variety of UI inconsistencies, including team color randomization, medals, and in-game scoreboard display
It might not look like a very hefty list of fixes, but the update has had to climb a few hills and jump a few hurdles to get here, so the fixes that are included are likely significant. Give it a spin and tell us in the comments if you’ve noticed any improvements!
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