The 343 Industries has essayed the launching of the highly anticipated first-person shooter game, which has been doing great albeit the error-plagued multiplayer matchmaking.
The players who engaged into a multiplayer games are needed to wait for a long time, and at times resort to never-ending waiting before the matchmaking of the game materializes. But this ordeal is tipped to end soon as the patch to fix the multiplayer matchmaking bug will be released this week.
The 343 Industries had stated in a forum post, “Since the launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, we’ve received several, well deserved, complaints related to slow matchmaking and other issues … [We are] truly sorry.” The developer added, “You deserve better and we are working day and night to find solutions as quickly as possible, with our first priority focused on matchmaking improvements.”
Moreover, 343 Industries has also disclosed that it will release server updates this week in an attempt to iron out the kinks brought out by the games’ matchmaking. If not, another update will be whipped up in the weekend to resolve any persisting problems and slew of other issues.