When it released back in 2014 Halo: The Master Chief Collection had a myriad of issues with the most significant being server stability for multiplayer. Patches have addressed a large portion of the problems but still problems linger but finally, Community Manager Brian Jarrard went on Reddit to express an update on this problem.
"I wish I had definitive info for you but right now the future of MCC is still unknown but I wouldn't say the ship has totally sailed yet. Conversations are still being had, assessments are still being made and at a minimum I hope to make good on my pledge to either give fans a legitimate status update or, barring that, face it head on and even if it's not the news everyone wants, accept it and move forward. This is top of mind for me as we start the new year so please know that you and everyone else who plays MCC on a daily basis are not forgotten."
It seems that 343 Industries is still working on the game to resolve the issues that this plague what should've been a tribute for Microsoft's biggest exclusive franchise. As an apology for the rocky launch Microsoft gave those who owned copies of Halo: The Master Chief Collection between its launch date and December 19th one month of Xbox Live Gold, a special avatar, nameplate, and a free copy of Halo 3: ODST's campaign complete with achievements worth 1000 GS.