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Halo: The Master Chief Collection brings back its Halo 2 Rumble playlist

You may not be able to get a reliable game through the matchmaking service yet, but Halo: The Master Chief Collection players lucky enough to have their issues resolved by last weeks update can play the Halo 2: Anniversary Rumble playlist once more.

Initially removed to assist with herding the small online population who could get games together in a reduced number of playlists, Rumble has been reinstated due to demand, being the only playlist not focused on team play.

The rumble playlist includes Oddball, King of the Hill and Juggernaut game variants although everybody will probably just vote for BR Start Slayer every time. Halo Waypoint has all the details, as well as giving consumers the tried and tested last resort solution to network problems they can’t figure out, ‘open your NAT’.



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