Sometimes sifting through playlists for multiplayer games is annoying, hopping between modes and whatnot with no way to just matchmake to your convenience. Four years after its release, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is developing just the solution: Sneak peek of the w. Pick the game size, the game s , and mode s and jump in to play! This will be coming soon to a public flight build for community testing and feedback, stay tuned!
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is finally getting an update to fix its infamous matchmaking woes
Halo: Master Chief Collection Shows Off New Matchmaking Feature - GameSpot
By Eddie Makuch on October 11, at 8: The Master Chief Collection is coming up on its fourth anniversary following its launch in November , and believe it or not, the Xbox One game continues to get exciting new updates. The first of these is the previously teased "Match Composer," which lets you have greater control over the games and modes you play beyond the existing game- and mode-specific playlists that currently populate the hopper. In the latest Halo Community Update , developer shared an image of what the Match Composer looks like. As you can see, this lets you select the game s you want to play, as well as the modes within those. After that, the magic of the Match Composer places you into matches. MCC features multiplayer support for Halo 1 , Halo 2 , Halo 3 , and Halo 4 , so it's exciting to think about making a tailor-made playlist for yourself instead of needing to select the playlists individually after every match.
Halo: Master Chief Collection Shows Off New Matchmaking Feature
The Master Chief Collection. If you're wondering what Jarrard means by a "mix tape style feature", he later clarified thanks, Kotaku that the system would enable players to customise their matchmaking preferences by game, size, and mode, rather than - as Jarrard puts it - "having a bunch of distinct playlists". He then promised the studio would "share more details soon".
Originally released for Xbox One on November 11, , and later in on PC via Steam, the collection was developed by Industries in partnership with other studios and was published by Xbox Game Studios. The collection consists of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary , Halo 2: