Master Chief Collection content patch coming this week to address matchmaking issues

Halo developer 343 Industries has addressed the ongoing issues with multiplayer in Halo: The Master Chief Collection. Executive Producer Dan Ayoub said that recent server-side adjustments have resulted in better server connectivity for many players. However, he also said that fixing this problem further requires a patch for players, which should be available this Wednesday, according to a post on the official Halo Waypoint forums:

Resolving Matchmaking issues also requires client-side fixes, which require a content update. The client side update, which focuses on Matchmaking performance, non-matchmaking bugs, and a variety of title-specific issues, has been completed and is going through testing and certification. We are currently targeting a release of Wednesday 11/19 for this content update.

Ayoub thanked players for their continued patience regarding the matchmaking issues, and said that work won't stop after the content update is issued this week.

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Source: 343 Halo forums