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Halo matchmaking not fixed

Published: 04.05.2018

We're talking about thousands of small lines of code, that if even the smallest number, or letter is changed, can make or break a game. You couldn't contact friends.

I know it takes hundreds of man-hours of coding and fixing and testing. This period of time Halo MCC should of taken priority with fixes. I think it's more of a frustration with the gaming industry in general.

How do you think we feel? I work in infrastructure. Why is everyone so bitchy? Well it just struck 8am PST.

The problem here isn't servers buckling due to overload. It is slow to get into games. Adam Roffel has only been writing about video games for a short time, but has honed his skills completing a Master's Degree.

We're all happy that you're happy. Some times after you get a game all picked and it looks like it's starting to load in matchmaking, the load bar will never progress, and you will either be brought back to the multiplayer lobby after viewing a blank game statistics screen, or, in worse situations, the game will crash altogether. There is a lot of tech involved here, the industry has long since left the world of a single executable that can be patched in one spot.

Xbox One better connection and faster matchmaking on GTA 5, Halo 5, and halo master chief collection

Secondly, you can't expect these guys to be coding and fixing everything between 2 and 6 am in the morning. The one thing everyone loved about halo 2 was the online mm. This might be a new issue as it has never happened before the past few days to me, but it seems to be happening a lot now. Back to Call of Duty. I feel like every major release there's the same damn problem.

    1. Izzi_White - 14.05.2018 in 22:51

      I'll give you a Forza reason

      Jasson_Lloyd - 25.05.2018 in 08:02

      I'm a network engineer. When you throw The Master Chief Collection into that, and if one of those applications is having problems, it throws a huge wrench into the system.

      Pisun_Kakashkina - 25.05.2018 in 16:43

      This November, probably thanks to the release of a Halo game, Microsoft finally sold more Xbox Ones in a single month than rival Sony sold PlayStation 4 consoles.

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