Microsoft's 343 Industries team announced today that their Xbox One game Halo: The Master Chief Collection would get some kind of content update in April, but details about what will be included have not been revealed.
In a blog post, the team stated that the recent update, designed to fix the online matchmaking issues that have plagued the game since its launch in November 2014, "has normalized and improved matchmaking and the in-game experience for the majority of fans." However, 343 Industries will keep trying to improve the game with further patches. It stated:
"We have an ongoing commitment to our fans to make this experience the best it can be. We want fans playing and enjoying this collection for years, and you'll continue to see improvements to the experience in the coming months to support that goal."
343 Industries is also planning to release graphically revamped versions of the Halo 3: ODST single player campaign, along with a new version of Relic for Halo 2: Anniversary and released new screenshots showing off both in the blog post.
The Relic map will be released for free for all Halo: The Master Chief Collection owners, while Halo 3: ODST will be free to download for owners who bought the game and played it before December 19. There's no word on when these extras will be released.
Source: Halo Waypoint