Matchmaking has been causing problems in Halo: The Master Chief Collection since day one and 343 Industries is coming out with yet another major update to fix it.

343 Industries' Halo: The Master Chief Collection has been having a few matchmaking issues since its release, which means that the development company has been working tirelessly to correct them. Today, 343 took to Halo Waypoint to announce that it released a new update to hopefully squash a few of these bugs. There are four things that 343 worked on in this update and they are as follows:

  • Matchmaking
    • Not only did a variety updates get passed to improve the matchmaking performance and success rates, but these updates also improved search times and time to match and stability throughout the matchmaking process. This is across all titles within the Master Chief Collection.
  • Parties
    • Overall, parties received improved stability through this patch.
  • Halo 2
    • There were many improvements that the patch brought to Halo 2 including multiplayer shot registration updates, campaign stability across many levels, as well as stability issues for matchmaking and custom games being addressed and issues within resuming H2A Campaign from "remastered" mode being fixed. The metal display consistency was also improved.
  • Halo: CE
    • With this patch, aim assist resulting in the reticle [sic] being pushed away from an enemy was fixed, shot registration consistency was improved, and there were a variety of UI inconsistencies that were resolved.

This new patch for Halo: The Master Chief Collection is out now.