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"The way the UI and matchmaking protocols interacted with each other exacerbated many of the smaller items and amplified a couple of them in unpredictable ways." The way the Xbox One was built also had a profound effect on the way the game systems interacted.
"The short version was that for Xbox One we built some of the underlying systems to work on a brand-new platform, which was fundamentally, quite different to both the original consoles the games were designed for" O'Connor said.
Updates to the Xbox One online system have changed the game for 343, and the team can now resolve these issues by reworking the foundation of MCC.
O'Connor acknowledged his own struggles with MCC's development issues, and said he understands player frustration.
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"From a personal perspective, the MCC launch was one of my lowest ebbs, professionally. I felt like I had personally let our fans down." He continues, "I also understand that silence can be frustrating.
In a post on Halo Waypoint, franchise development director Frank O'Connor discussed the development history of The Master Chief Collection (MCC), highlighting areas where the developer made mistakes and detailing their plans to make it right.
Due to smaller test sizes, the studio never experienced the issues that would pop up once the game was released.
"We genuinely didn’t know until the day it released, how bad the matchmaking in particular was going to get." While there were other issues, matchmaking seems to have been the core of the problem.
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