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‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection’ Bug Issues Could Still Be Addressed [Video]


Selling over a million copies worldwide in its first week two years ago, "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" was an immediate commercial success that came with a promise that fans could play the four "Halo" titles in one convenient package. However, the most popular aspect of the series seems to fall short of expectation, the multiplayer.

When it was released, "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" was met with positive reviews. Unfortunately, the game was proven to contain some serious flaws. According to Gamerant, the single player mode gameplay was reported to be solid as was expected which went fairly well alongside the graphical improvements incorporated in the game. However, the game struggled and seriously flawed when in multiplayer mode.

Back in 2014, "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" had serious server issues that made it impossible for some players to find a match, Gamespot reported. Though the matchmaking issues have been resolved and the game is in much better shape, even the game developer, 343 Industries acknowledge that certain issues still persists.

Apparently, multiplayer action is not the sole problem "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" has, a player going by the name of Depluralize listed a list of glitches and problems he encountered while playing the game. The latest update to this list was entered on Dec. 19, 2016, at the Halo forum page. You may read the list by clicking here.

Though fans are disappointed by the seemingly nonchalant stance of 343 Industries, reports indicate that the studio may not be moving away from the game just yet. According to 343's community manager, Brian Jarrard, while the future of "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" is still unknown, he says "the ship has not totally sailed yet".

According to Jarrard, conversations are still being had as well assessments are still being made. Accordingly, he said he wants to make good on his pledge to provide fans with a legitimate status update or provide information even if it concerns news not everyone would want to accept and move forward.

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