HALO: THE MASTER CHIEF COLLECTION
There is still plenty of work being done in the world of Halo: The Master Chief Collection like the patch from earlier this month. What's in said patch? The long and short of it is that it includes fixes for issues around matchmaking in low population regions as well as the addition of the "Report Player" button found on the Player Details page. This was a long requested community ask and makes it so that players can report bad actors directly via in-game methods in lieu of utilizing the Halo Support site. To view the full details of the latest update, you can find the patch notes on the Halo Support site.
While we are still on the topic of MCC, Season 7 continues to roll on and the team has been focusing on development for Season 8! As a part of the process, public flighting looms closer and more details will be en route so keep an eye trained on MCC’s Friday Development & Flighting Updates. (PS – If you aren't registered for Halo Insider yet, and you want to participate in future flights, register today!) Also, scuttlebutt has it that this week’s update will focus on a new feature to adjust how weapon offsets work so be sure to stop by the forums tomorrow. 👀
In a previous Update, we shared that a larger blog is in the works around MCC. An outline has been started and in the coming months we will be putting the proverbial pen to paper working to craft a robust breakdown of where MCC is and what work is still ongoing in a comprehensive 'State of the Game' update. Keep your peepers peeled because you won't want to miss the amount of juicy details that are en route.
Lastly, the team hasn't forgotten about mod tools for all the titles in MCC. With Season 7, mod tools for Halo: Combat Evolved were released and are available over on Steam for anyone to download and use (that's right – you don't even need to own MCC, let alone own it on Steam, to use them!). One thing that the team is really on the lookout for is tool feedback so if you have some, you can pop over to the Steam forums and let us know your thoughts! We are regularly sifting through to your responses in order to prioritize and plan updates for the future of these toolsets.