Microsoft finally confirmed during tonight’s Inside Xbox show that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to PC—and it will include Halo: Reach, the 2010 prequel to the original Halo: Combat Evolved.
In the release of the computer, we see that all games will be released to Steam, one by one, even chronologically, rather than being released as a bundle. That means Halo: Reach will be the first game. Halo: Reach will follow Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST (Campaign) and Halo 4 respectively.
343 Industries, said in a statement that the release of the game will provide the opportunity for each game to be fully ready. At this point, we are talking about the FOV sliders that have become standard for computers, 4K resolution, ultra-wide screen support, adjustable frame rate and customizable keys. Microsoft officials said in a statement, after the first release of the games, they expect community development with the help of the community.
“We go on a journey with our community to create a computer experience that will meet the expectations of the players.” “The team is passionate about making sure that all features that are expected to be found in a modern PC game are included in the collection,” said Brian Jarrard, a community director who made a statement.
We know that the price and release date of the collection is still unclear, but that Halo will make its debut on both the Microsoft Store and Steam. The SXSW event is scheduled to take place this weekend for more information about the collection.