Halo: MCC Gets An Update For Xbox One And PC, Here's What It Does
The latest patch for The Master Chief Collection has arrived on Xbox One and PC.
While Halo fans might be buzzing about the new Halo Infinite teaser, developer 343 Industries continues to support and update Halo: The Master Chief Collection. While the entire Halo series is now available to play on Xbox One, a few games are still missing from PC. Halo Infinite will release on both platforms and Xbox Series X this holiday.
The newest update has now arrived across Xbox One and PC, and it's a small one. Update version 1.1619.0.0 introduces two new Pride Month nameplates and some bug fixes.
You can unlock the Pride nameplates simply by playing The Master Chief Collection anytime between now and July 24 at 5 PM PT. You can see the nameplates below.
In terms of bug fixes, the new Master Chief Collection update for Xbox One and PC addresses a "body shot damage issue" for the SWAT mode in Halo: Combat Evolved. Additionally, more Shotty Snipers game mode variants have been introduced for Halo 2.
The patch is 832.19 MB on Xbox One and 49.5 MB on Steam. The Windows Store edition is 536.6 MB. You can see the full patch notes below.
The Master Chief Collection June 24 Update
Microsoft Store and Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta)
- 536.6 MB update size.
- 49.5 MB update size.
- 832.19 MB update size.
Below is a list of new content and bug fixes that have been added to MCC with today’s update:
- Two new Pride Month nameplates have been added which you can unlock by playing MCC between June 24th at 5pm PT and July 24th at 5pm PT
- Fixed a body shot damage issue in SWAT for Halo CE
- Added additional Shotty Snipers game variants for Halo 2
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