Are you a Halo fan? If you have answered in the affirmative, then I am rather confident that you would have done all that you could in order to pick up Halo: The Master Chief Collection along the way. This title might be doing well, but it does have its fair share of bugs to watch out for – so much so that the Day One patch itself weighs in at 15GB. Can you imagine that figure? It used to be that games took only a few MBs, and with each passing generation of computers, the more space games took up due to the increasing complexity of it all. Well, apparently a patch to fix severe multiplayer matchmaking problems in this title has been delayed according to developer 343 Industries.
The Halo: The Master Chief Collection was originally meant to roll out tomorrow, but it has been delayed to some time “later this week.” That ain’t too shabby, don’t you think so? The upcoming patch was designed to focus on a range of bug fixes – Matchmaking performance issues included, while making sure that the entire gaming experience is slightly more stable, in addition to a general user interface.
Apart from that, it will also deliver fixes for different kinds of game specific issues that are found in Halo: CE, Halo 2, and Halo 2: Anniversary, among others.