Halo: The Master Chief Collection has received a few tweaks to it's server, changing up playlists and more.
"As we roll out additional content updates, we’ll be bringing playlists back into the rotation – these include Halo: CE, Halo 4, Team Hardcore, and future featured playlists, such as Team Doubles, Team Snipers, and more," said 343 via Halo Waypoint.
"As we mentioned before launch, we’ll be keeping an eye on voting data and player feedback to determine which playlists stay in the rotation."
Here's some of the other changes:
- Updated the player count to 4v4 (6 minimum, 8 maximum) for the following playlists: Team Slayer, Halo 2 Classic, Halo 3, Halo Championship Series, SWAT
- Updated voting options across multiple playlists to improve the balance of appearance of BR-start and objective game types
- Updated the “max party size” for Big Team Battle from 4-6, and the team is working on resolving issues that are affecting parties with 8 players. Once resolved, the max party size will return to 8
In a future update, the ranked Halo 2: Anniversary playlist will be moved to 4v4. For now, as the playlist contains a variety of mid-size maps, 343 will be temporarily allowing both 4v4 and 5v5 matches, but have optimized the voting options for this player range.
In addition, a new content update will be released early next week, with details to follow.