Halo: The Master Chief Collection Is Making Its Way To PC
It was revealed at Inside Xbox livestream by Microsoft that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will soon be playable on PC. The game which includes Halo: Reach, will be available on the Windows store and Steam.
They’ve said that they will release one game at a time, starting with Halo: Reach and go in a chronological order afterwards. It seems that Microsoft wants to make it available as soon as possible (to play) instead of having to wait for the entire collection to be ready. You’d be glad to know that the games will run at 60fps and will offer 4K support.
Halo: Reach multiplayer will be available for free as an add-on for Xbox One players that already owns the collection. On the other hand, the story mode will cost extra. Unfortunately, Halo: Reach doesn’t have an official release date yet on either PC or Xbox One.
The addition of Halo: Reach means that The Master Chief Collection will consist of every Halo games, except for Halo 5, and that every game in the series will be available on the Xbox Game Pass online subscription.
It was back in 2007 when a Halo game was made for PC, which was Halo 2. Ever since the game came out, the following Halo titles have been Xbox exclusives.
Pokdepinion: It’s been quite some time since I’ve played a Halo title. The last Xbox console I had was the Xbox 360, so it’s been awhile..