Yesterday, we told you that 343 Industries was going to release the patch for Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s multiplayer woes on Wednesday. Today, we are telling you that it has been delayed until later in the week.
Whoa whoa whoa, put away the energy blade! We are just the messengers here! 343 Industries made the announcement on its official blog, pointing towards more fixes and the certification process for its reasoning.
This week’s content update, which was originally scheduled for release this Wednesday, 11/19, will now be releasing later this week to allow for additional fixes, as well as the completion of the testing and certification process.
This content update includes a variety of fixes across the title, including Matchmaking performance issues, general UI and game stability improvements, as well as fixes for game-game specific issues in Halo: CE, Halo 2, and Halo 2: Anniversary, and more. The full patch notes will be posted later this week, in advance of the content update release.
Thank you for your continued patience.
As it stands now, you’ll still have trouble finding matches if you try and play the multiplayer. Luckily, the single player components should be more than enough to hold you over that extra day or two.
If you have been successful with finding a multiplayer match, let us know in the comments below.