343 Industries says they are 'truly sorry' about Halo: The Master Chief Collection issues

The launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection for the Xbox One this week has been marred with online matchmaking issues, as well as other problems. Today developer 343 Industries said they will be rolling out server-side updates to the game to help fix those issues, while at the same time stating they are "truly sorry and feel your frustration."

The matchmaking issues in the game even affected our own Twitch.tv "Let's Play" matches on Tuesday night as we were unable to play online as much as we would have liked. Today, 343 Industries said:

"A game as large as Halo: The Master Chief Collection has a massive surface area, and while we made every effort to have the best launch possible for our fans, issues surfaced with launch and we're committed to improving this as fast as possible and get you all into matches. We're committed to improving things as fast as possible so you can have the Halo experience you've been waiting for."

In addition to the server-side updates, 343 Industries will release another patch this weekend to fix some other problems, including one that is causing Xbox Live Achievements to not unlock in the game. How has your experience been with Halo: The Master Chief Collection so far?

Source: Halo Waypoint

John Callaham