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343 Industries has confirmed that Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s April update has entered certification and is on track for release next week.

The update will include new penalties and monitoring for quitting and betrayals, a variety of ranking system improvements and fixes, and an updated Halo 3 Forge, which includes editing options for all game types. As well as this, the update also includes game-specific improvements for each title, party improvements, and more.

“As mentioned above, the April CU will contain a wide variety of improvements to the ranking system, which will allow us to begin to roll out ranks to additional playlists,” the developer added. “Shortly after the content update drops (we?re aiming for the next day or so), we?ll be resetting ranks for the Halo 2: Anniversary playlist, and also adding ranking to Team Slayer and the Halo Championship Series playlists. Over the following days, we?ll be monitoring results to ensure that everything is working properly before adding ranks to additional playlists.”

Finally, next week’s update will see SWAT return as the featured playlist.

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Source: Halo Waypoint


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Halo: The Master Chief Collection April update coming next week

343 Industries has confirmed that Halo: The Master Chief Collection's April update has entered certification and is on track for release next week.

By Matthew Bennett | 04/17/2015 05:13 AM PT

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343 Industries has confirmed that Halo: The Master Chief Collection’s April update has entered certification and is on track for release next week.

The update will include new penalties and monitoring for quitting and betrayals, a variety of ranking system improvements and fixes, and an updated Halo 3 Forge, which includes editing options for all game types. As well as this, the update also includes game-specific improvements for each title, party improvements, and more.

“As mentioned above, the April CU will contain a wide variety of improvements to the ranking system, which will allow us to begin to roll out ranks to additional playlists,” the developer added. “Shortly after the content update drops (we?re aiming for the next day or so), we?ll be resetting ranks for the Halo 2: Anniversary playlist, and also adding ranking to Team Slayer and the Halo Championship Series playlists. Over the following days, we?ll be monitoring results to ensure that everything is working properly before adding ranks to additional playlists.”

Finally, next week’s update will see SWAT return as the featured playlist.

Read More

Source: Halo Waypoint



About Matthew Bennett

view all posts

Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89