If you are looking to identify the version number for your game, please choose your platform below.
Xbox One Console
- Turn on your console and sign in using the account that owns the game
- Navigate to your game. You can do so by the following:
- Pressing the jewel button and scrolling down to "My games and apps"
- Selecting "See all"
- Highlight the game tile in question
- Press the "Start" button (3 horizontal lines)
- Scroll down and select "Manage game & add-ons"
- Observe the Version number in the top right of your screen
- Open Steam by pressing the Windows key and typing "Steam"
- Launch Steam
- Select "Library" from the window that opens
- Scroll down to Halo: The Master Chief Collection on the left side
- Right click on the title
- Select "Properties"
- Select "Local Files" from the ribbon at the top of the menu
- Select "Browse Local Files"
- Navigate to the folder titled "MCC" and double click
- Locate the folder called "Binaries" and double click
- Double click on the "Win64" folder
- Full, final file path should be C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Halo The Master Chief Collection\MCC\Binaries\Win64
- Locate the file titled MCC-Win64-Shipping.exe
- Right click the file and select "Properties"
- From the Properties menu, select the "Details" tab in the top ribbon
- Locate the "File version" and ensure it matches the latest version (see latest patch notes for additional info)
Microsoft Store (PC)
- Press the Windows key and search for "Apps & features" and open the menu
- Search for Halo: The Master Chief Collection in the search box (or scroll through the list)
- Once located, click on Halo: The Master Chief Collection
- Select "Advanced options"
- Locate "Specifications" and look at "version" and ensure it matches the latest version (see latest patch notes for additional info)