David Scammell by on Nov 11, 2014

Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s matchmaking is broken

Struggling to find a multiplayer game in Halo: The Master Chief Collection? You aren’t the only one.

The game’s matchmaking system currently appears to be broken, with players unable to find a multiplayer game or be partied up with other users.

“As you read this message, we’re working with our external partner to correct this issue right away,” Microsoft said on its support site. “We appreciate your patience in the meantime!”

Xbox Live currently appears to be suffering from an issue preventing some users from viewing their Friends list, too.

“Additionally, it’s come to our attention that some of our members are unable to view the online state and activity of other users on their Friends list,” added Microsoft. “Don’t worry folks, we’re on it! Thanks for hanging in there while we work. We’ll provide an update for you as soon as possible.”

Microsoft has yet to provide an ETA on a fix for Halo’s matchmaking. However, as noted in our review-in-progress, we haven’t been able to find a multiplayer match since the game’s 15GB patch went live last week.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection launches today on Xbox One.

Source: news.xbox.com


Comments are closed.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection

on Xbox One

A collection of the original Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3…

Release Date:

11 November 2014