Halo: The Master Chief Collection was released for the Xbox last year. When this much awaited game finally arrived gamers found that it was riddled with bugs. The developers have been working hard to ensure that the kinks are ironed out but it has been a long road for them. Another update has now been released for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Once again the developer promises that this update will help resolve matchmaking issues that gamers have been facing with this title.
The latest update was released earlier today. According to 343 Industries this latest content update focuses on matchmaking, party stability, title-specific improvements and more.
As far as matchmaking is concerned this update aims to improve performance and success rates. 343 Industries says after installing this update gamers will notice improved matchmaking search times/time to match as well as improved stability throughout the entire matchmaking process across all titles.
Title-specific updates bring improvements to multiplayer short registration in Halo 2, apart from improved medal display consistency and fixes stability issues for matchmaking and custom games.
Halo: CE also gets improved shot registration consistency, an issue regarding aim assist that resulted in reticle being pushed away from an enemy has been fixed, and a variety of UI inconsistencies have also been fixed.