The latest patch for Halo: The Master Chief Collection hit last night, aimed at tweaking some of the issues surrounding matchmaking. But, developer 343 Industries warns, it won't fully resolve uneven teams.
"Please note that while this update will improve team balance issues, we do not expect it to fully resolve uneven teams," according to a blog post update. "Our next content update, targeted for early next week, will address team balance.
"While today's update contains several high-priority improvements, we continue to work on additional content updates that will address further items."
The patch now makes it possible to start a match once the minimum number of players join and resolve issues which caused "false matches" to be created.
It will now be easier to maintain parties through the matchmaking process as well. Finally, the patch tweaked the flow for resetting lobbies after each session to better match up with previous Halo titles and fixed a problem that would sometimes send a player to another player's lobby.
"We have additional updates on the way in an effort to further improve your experience with Halo: The Master Chief Collection," according to the post. "We thank you for your continued feedback, patience, and support."