Those who got upset about the bugs and issues with Halo: The Master Chief Collection are now promised and improved experience. 343 Industries is getting ready to dispatch another upgrade to its vexing Halo: The Master Chief Collection. As indicated by a recent blog entry, the redesign will be accessible to download “soon”.
Microsoft has likewise begun issuing reimbursements for those players who have been having problems with Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s far reaching multiplayer. Initially, the company announced that users will get Halo 3: ODST and Halo 2: Anniversary Multiplayer Map later in the not so distant future.
However, apart from that, all gamers that played the feature on the internet from November 11 to December 19 will get a free month of Xbox Live Gold and a select in-game name tag and avatar to boot. Players will get a notice for the gold time this January.
As far as the update is concerned here’s what it brings in terms of matchmaking, general multiplayer, general campaigns and main menu.
The upgraded version brings enhanced matchmaking hunt success rates along with more reliable matches, reduced system errors and countdown sound effect for the voting timer.
The general multiplayer shows some enhancements to the party linking via the in-game Roster. Also the mute icon appears while on the Matchmaking feature. Additionally an issue with weapon equipment raised by Halo 4 players.
In general campaigns the developer added some upgrades to the metrics of CE, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4. Also, Halo 3 and Halo 4 scoring look differently, this time guaranteeing that gamers don’t get punished for crashing vacant vehicles.
The general menu has now dropped the sound volume level for the multiplayer option while updating to UI and options to enhance multiplayer status posting like when a gamer ‘enters’ the lobby. What is more the developer solved a problem regarding the display of friends in the game even after they gad exited the session. The control layouts for the Halo 2: Anniversary “Legacy” have a brand new outline. The developer also promises more stability in campaigns and multiplayer.
343 reported on January 17:
“Our upcoming content update is undergoing further testing, and will be available within the next few days. We continue to work on additional content updates that will include added improvements for matchmaking, parties, and other top community items.”
The fix is expected to dispatch shortly, as it has already missed its announced release window a week ago.
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