The developer of Halo: The Master Chief Collection has confirmed that this Xbox One exclusive is receiving the entire Spartan Ops mode from Halo 4. 343 Industries continues to refine this title and the Spartan Ops mode has been included in the latest content update for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Next time the players log into the game they will be prompted to download this latest content update which also brings a few other things apart from the new mode.


Halo 4’s Spartan Ops co-op mode is mission based in which up to four players can join a Spartan-IVs group that goes by Fireteam Crimson, all ten episodes of Spartan Ops will be available on Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Many gamers faced matchmaking problems with Halo: The Master Chief Collection and 343 Industries has tried fixing them through multiple patches. The latest update ensures that a match only starts when teams are even, that all split-screen players are included in vote tally and that players no longer get stuck when “Joining Sessions.”

Improvements have also been made to Halo: CE hit registration, Roster update times, stat tracking as well as the overall stability. This content update also brings several fixes for the Campaign Playlist Carnage Reports.

343 Industries also touched upon a common topic among the Halo community these days, about whether or not dedicated servers were ever used for this Xbox One exclusive, the developer said that they dedicated servers have been running since the title was launched.

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