2014's Halo: The Master Chief Collection for the Xbox One is getting some updates and fixes. Chief (ahem) amongst the updates is an "Intelligent Delivery System," which lets you install only the content you want.
For example, if you're a fan of Halo 3's campaign but want to skip downloading the game's multiplayer options, you can do so. Conversely, if you want some classic multiplayer action via Halo: CE but know you're not going to play through its story anytime soon, you can hold off on downloading its single-player campaign.
343's Halo community manager Brian Jarrard offered a screenshot of Master Chief Collection's Intelligent Delivery System on Twitter earlier this week. It's a simple cell phone capture, but we can clearly see options to install the campaign and / or multiplayer for Halo: CE.
Sal my friend, we have you covered. Here's a little work-in-progress glimpse of how the new MCC Intelligent Delivery feature is coming together: pic.twitter.com/If6DRatnV9— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) May 21, 2018
With game downloads getting bigger and bigger, it's good to see options like Master Chief Collection's Intelligent Delivery System. Not everyone has the necessary bandwidth or hard drive space to download 40 GB packages that include a bunch of options that might never be used.
The Intelligent Delivery System and other upgrades to the Master Chief Collection aren't available to everyone yet, but they're currently being tested on private servers. You won't have to wait long, and when the time comes, your hard drive will thank you.