Vistors wait at the "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" exhibition stand during the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne August 13, 2014.
IN PHOTO: Vistors wait at the "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" exhibition stand during the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne August 13, 2014. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, runs from August 13 to August 17. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

"Halo 5: Guardians" multiplayer beta has finally ended. However, as the developer move on to work on the feedback from the community, it has also delivered a new patch for "Halo: the Master Chief Collection."

Detailed over Halo Waypoint, the new patch is 1.19.15 content update is now available for the public. So the next time you get to playing "Halo: The Master Chief Collection," expect a prompt that will let you download the content update.

The update brings a lot of stability and control issues, but at the same time, there are a lot of changes coming to matchmaking multiplayer and the general campaign. For matchmaking, the improvements revolve around search success rates, reduction of "Awaiting Privileges" and better player count for each playlist. The multiplayer will feature the following changes:

- Updated and improved "Halo 2: Anniversary" network performance

- Improvements to the party when joining through the in-game roster

- Mute icon is now visible while in Matchmaking

- In "Halo 4," players can now equip the same weapon as their primary and secondary weapons.

The other changes can be found in the general campaign and user interface. Overall, there are improvements in stat tracking, scoring, better control and more stable and fluid gameplay experience,

It appears that players can also now expect the one-month free subscription to the Xbox Live to arrive this month. Promised to players who had experienced the very bumpy ride of the "Master Chief Collection" launch, DualShockers reports that the free Xbox Live subscription has already started rolling out to its expected recipients,

The source states that this also serves as Microsoft's apology and token of appreciate for the support that the fans still showered the title. Note that the free subscription is only available for those who had purchased the game as well as played the online component on or before Dec. 19, where the brunt of the problems were experienced.

Upon receiving the one month's worth of Xbox Live, the Xbox user does no need to do any other action or verification to receive it. The gift already serves as an extension of one's membership for a month. But what's more notable is that players who have a copy of "Halo: The Master Chief Collection" are slated to have a nameplate, avatar, the campaign for "Halo 3: ODST" and the Relic multiplayer map for the "Halo 2: Anniversary" in-game. These will arrive in the game sometime come spring 2015, and all the players will receive it this time.

"Halo 2: Anniversary" cinematic trailer (Credit: YouTube/Xbox)

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