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Halo mcc matchmaking trouble

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Nearly 4 years ago, I started a blog post called " Ship Broken. Patch Later ", it was a draft that never went public describing the frustration of the video game industry back then. Major AAA title games launched with serious problems that "Halo mcc matchmaking trouble" months to years to resolve. It was a bleak time for the game, but patches kept coming in hopes to fix the bleeding pig.

The list above shows that tried to fix things. A patch basically weekly for 6 straight weeks. These patches did fix some of the most crazy bugs this game suffered.

Releases kept coming, including some patches that had features! ODST launched in the May 30, update. This was an apology to the world for the absolute mess that was Halo MCC.

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Personally though, I didn't want new content. I wanted a game that worked. Regardless of the patches made, things didn't really work. I imagine this was a by-product of weekly releases on such a large game.

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While games did start now, they sometimes started uneven, so a group of 7v7 might start 9v5 or something strange. The game was still filled with bugs and queue times for most playlists took minutes. There was only a few playlists even possible to get a game in under 5 minutes and even then the bugs started. The game might just crash during load, freeze for no reason, end at some Halo mcc matchmaking trouble kill value IE 30, instead of 50 and filled with network issues.

Custom games were an entirely different beast of bugs, you couldn't join a game in progress! This meant that if you started a game with 4 friends and another got online, you would have to end the game and go back to the lobby. This meant balancing the mess that was joining friends just to start the game. As months went on, new games came out and the population in Halo MCC suffered.

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Months became years and while the collection of Halo campaigns was still working, multiplayer in Halo MCC was a complete failure. Rumors in September of started hinting that was looking into MCC again.

These were of course just rumors until Frankie Frank O'Connorthe Franchise Development Director released a post with lots of information.

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