343 Industries har ret meget at se til i øjeblikket. De er ved at udvikle Halo Infinite, som der er store forventninger til, og store bekymringer omkring, og samtidig hjælper de med udviklingen af Halo tv-serien på Showtime, samtidig med at de skal opdatere Halo: The Master Chief Collection på PC. Der er meget at se til.
Netop derfor blev Community Manager Tyler Davis nødt til at slå fast over for en fan på Halo Waypoint, at det at introducere co-op for fire spillere i Halo: Combat Evolved og Halo 2 i Halo: The Master Chief Collection, ikke er en prioritet for studiet lige nu.
"I absolutely love this idea, but in the grand scope of body of work in the teams backlog of need to do and want to do, this one is further down the list. Cracking open the old games to make this an official feature is about as big of a 10 as possible on the complexity scale. Now, that's not saying it can't be done, but in terms of effort to impact ratio, I think it's not as far up there as updating the old co-op netcode, or bringing long lost content to the games, or even making other global upgrades with collection wide updates. In the future however, I would not be surprised in the least bit if players are able to mod the game content to make this a reality on PC. In the future when major development support for MCC ends up winding down, the modding community will be where MCC lives on. I know this to be true as we have seen many games on PC take on new forms and longer lifetimes for decades now through communities that mod."
Det er nok også okay, tænker I ikke?