Halo: Master Chief Collection suffers online problems on launch day

Microsoft’s triple-A shooter Halo: Master Chief Collection is suffering a few online issues during its first day of release.

A number of players have reported problems with the game’s matchmaking (the system via which players are matched together for online play). Some report extended waits to get a match while others seem completely unable to.

We’re seeing longer than expected Matchmaking times for some regions, as the game is not yet available in all regions,” a Microsoft spokesperson told IGN. Matching times will improve as we continue to roll out. If you do not find a match after a few minutes, please restart your search.”

The Xbox Live status page confirm that Microsoft is working with developer 343 to rectify the problems.

Microsoft has also noted current problems with Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that are preventing players accessing the content included in the game’s Atlas Digital Content Pack, as well as issues with Token purchasing in the PC version of Project Spark.

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