Years after its release, 343 Industries is continuing to offer substantial updates for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The November 2018 update looks to be one of the more anticipated ones to date, with 343 targeting social matchmaking, along with some additional new options.
Following extensive testing, the Halo MCC November update is debuting the new Match Composer. This has been colloquially referred to as mixtape matchmaking, in the sense that players can lay out five different game types from across any of the MCC's games and search for sessions between all of them. This is in an effort to reduce wait times, though wait times are ultimately subject to the parameters set. There are numerous options and presets to select from, all of which are detailed on Halo Waypoint.
In addition to Match Composer, players can also customize their controller more extensively. Players can adjust their Horizontal and Vertical Look Sensitivities, Look Acceleration, and Look Dead Zone options and set them for each individual game in the MCC. It's not exactly mouse and keyboard, but it should help make life a little better for the hardcore Halo player. Other changes include a variety of bug fixes, along with a modern option for Halo: Combat Evolved, in which players have the choice to include multiplayer timers to show how much time is left in their game.
The Halo: The Master Chief Collection November update is up and running now.
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