Halo: The Master Chief Collection has not got off to the best of starts suffering from server issues that make matchmaking almost impossible, but Industries are aware of the issue and have just released a patch to fix some of the problems the game is having, this was confirmed in an official statement on Industries blog: Matchmaking: We are aware of the issues players have been experiencing with matchmaking and weâ€™re working around the clock, alongside the Xbox Live team, to improve the situation. We have deployed an update that has shown some improvement, and we continue to optimize. A patch fix that is designed to address a number of issues in 'Halo: The Master Chief Collection' is delayed. Initially scheduled for a Nov release, the update is now pushed back to later in the week.
Co-Op Latency: At this time, we have not been able to identify any issues around this feature and the functionality is on par with the rest of MCC. If you are experiencing any of these, please visit the Halo Support site and create a ticket. Don't forget, users who are experiencing issues to please visit the Halo Support site and create a ticket.
This is still on our list but nothing active on this one in January as we try to halo matchmaking issues fix higher priority issues. That team is continuing to work though these issues but due to the volume, this is going to take much more time for us to get through. Previously Resolved Issues Server Relays Blocking Matchmaking: We received reports yesterday that players were having troubles finding matches with relays enabled.
We will continue to monitor relay performance and matchmaking.
80% of every game I try to join ends once the lobby is created, no error message, no nothing. Just pushed out of the lobby to resume the search. Halo Reach is finally available on PC via both Steam and Xbox Game Pass. If you're experiencing Halo Reach Matchmaking Issues on PC.