Halo: The Master Chief Collection gets new 1.6GB patch

ODST campaign shown off, dated for May.

Microsoft has released yet another patch for Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The update weighs in at 1600MB.

Top of the changes list posted to Halo Waypoint are a series of improvements to tackle quitting and betrayals.

Exiting a ranked match in progress now counts as a loss and will impact your rank appropriately.

Developer 343 Industries is also now able to track players who quit or betray team members "more than what is considered normal behaviour" and take action against them.

343 has also confirmed that The Master Chief Collection's remake of the Halo 3: ODST campaign will launch next month, alongside the Relic multiplayer map.

Gaze longingly at the new content in screenshot form below:


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