There is no doubt that many Xbox One gamers have either heard, read, or experienced some of the persistent issues plaguing 343 Industries’ highly anticipated video game, Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which released on November 11th.
Reactions to the game’s problems were so severe that both 343 Industries general manager, Bonnie Ross, and Xbox head, Phil Spencer, had to apologize for the state of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
In Ross’ apology, she stated that Microsoft and 343 Industries were going to “make this right” with their customers, compensating them for the game's issues.
However, it seems that a recent, ongoing promotion on the Xbox Store for Halo: The Master Chief Collection is rubbing salt into gamers’ metaphorical wounds – especially those that bought the game at launch.
In regards to the aforementioned promotion, it appears that individuals who buy a new digital copy of Halo: The Master Chief Collection during the month of December will receive 15,000 Xbox Live Rewards credits (about $15). However, it seems that no such deal exists for those who bought the game early, which is understandably frustrating gamers who bought it at launch.