Halo: MCC Bugs Are One Step Closer To Being Fixed

Microsoft says it has fixes for the major issues, and now it's just a matter of time before a hotfix is released.


Halo developer 343 Industries is now one step closer to releasing a hotfix for The Master Chief Collection that should sort out some of the issues that are currently impacting the experience. If you need a refresher, a recent Master Chief Collection update added Halo 2 Anniversary on PC and made changes on Xbox One as well, but the release was riddled with bugs.

In a blog post, 343 said it has created fixes for three of the most pressing issues with The Master Chief Collection, including projectile physics that are borked, match stability in Halo 3, and crashes in Halo 3 on the Valhalla map. Assuming everything goes to plan from here on out, 343 will release a hotfix that fixes these issues in the near future. Before the update can be released, 343 needs to have it certified for released, and that can take time.

"As the build moves through this standard release process, we will continue to share daily updates on its progress," 343 said. "Thank you for your reports and continued patience as we work to address these issues."

In response to the new issues with The Master Chief Collection, 343 asked fans to be patient and to stop yelling at them. For what it's worth, even before the update was released, 343 warned fans to expect a lot of bugs, issues, and other oddities.

The team working on The Master Chief Collection is separate from the one at 343 that's developing Halo Infinite. Microsoft will finally show off more of the long-awaited next-gen Halo game during the Xbox 20/20 event in July.

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