It's been four months since Halo: The Master Chief Collection came out for Xbox One, and unbelievably, the game is still broken. The matchmaking and lobby systems somehow still don't work properly.
As has become something of a tradition in the world of video games, Halo: The Master Chief Collection launched with some serious problems—after it came out last week, players struggled with matchmaking and online play in the collection of Halo ports ad remakes. Today, hopefully, things will get at least a little…
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I came into a recent Halo: Master Chief Collection preview event expecting to think, "Yep, it's Halo alright" and be on my merry way. Instead I encountered a surprising number of problems.
This past E3, Microsoft announced that four games from their blockbuster Halo franchise would be getting collected as The Master Chief Collection. Here's the first taste of how the anthology will look when it comes out this fall.
News of the Halo: Master Chief Collection already leaked a few weeks ago, but Microsoft and developer 343 Industries officially announced its existence today. It'll be out on November 11 this year, in tandem with Halo 2's 10-year anniversary, and it'll come with access to the beta for Halo 5: Guardians.