For those of you who have attempted to play the multiplayer for the new Halo: Master Chief Collection you may have encountered issues in the matchmaking. The multiplayer aspect of the game has been all but unplayable but a fix is on the way.

An update will be rolling  out on Wednesday, November 19 that will address the matchmaking performance and bugs as well as a variety of other issues in the game. In the past 24 hours 343 Industries has released some patches to fix the game and as a result there has been an increase in server connectivity by 20 percent. 343 Industries Executive Producer, Dan Ayoub said,

“We know the current Matchmaking experience is frustrating, and we continue to have various teams working 24/7 to isolate and resolve the issues to provide the best experience as soon as possible. We are going to continue to optimize the matchmaking experience after next week’s content update, and make further adjustments as needed. We thank you for your continued patience.”

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