Officially announced by SKE7CH on Halo Waypoint earlier today, Halo: Master Chief Collection is coming to both Steam and the Microsoft Store later this year.
This will be the first official launch of Halo on PC since the Halo Combat Evolved/Custom Edition back in 2004. This has been a long time coming, especially for fans that have transitioned over to PC since then.
On top of that impressive announcement, Halo Reach was also confirmed for a proper MCC release later in the year. Reach will run at 60 fps and also be available to play in 4K/HDR. With the addition of Halo Reach, Halo 5 is the only Halo game to be left without a spot on this marvelous group of games.
Before you think that your dreams have finally been answered, 343 stated that “The Master Chief’s arrival on PC will happen in stages with each title releasing one by one over time… Our current plan is for this journey to begin with the launch of Halo: Reach – the fictional beginnings of Master Chief’s saga – with the rest of the titles following in chronological order thereafter.”
Hopefully, the staggered release will ensure that each game will be relatively bug-free on launch. This might also explain why there is no official release date being published at this time.
More information about this will be available during Halo Championship Series Sunday, March 17, live from SXSW. For more information about this click here.
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