HALO: THE MASTER CHIEF COLLECTION Is Coming To The PC!
It was announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to PC. Fans have been calling for the release of MCC on PC for years and now it will become a reality. Better yet it has also been reported that the game will release across both Steam and the Windows Store further giving PC players the choice of where they get the game. It was however published that the game will feature a staggered release with one game being added to the compilation at a time instead of a complete bundle. It was also revealed that 343 had help with the PC iteration of MCC from other studios including Ruffian, whose Crackdown 2 game is now free! MCC on PC is also expected to support ultra-wide display resolutions and other settings PC players wants to have.
In addition to the announcement that MCC would be heading to PC, it was also announced that series prequel Halo: Reach would also be coming to the already awesome game collection. Halo: Reach launched back in September 2010 and was the last game in the series made by the original creators at Bungie. Reach has been another addition to the collection fans have been calling for as the original version of the game pushed the Xbox 360 to its limits and an updated version would allow players to truly experience the game in a more enjoyable way. Halo: Reach will feature 4K visuals, HDR and 60 FPS gameplay just like the rest of the games included in MCC. For current Xbox One masters of MCC Reach’s multiplayer will be added to the game free of charge so all players can proceed to have a seamless experience with their friends. The campaign will also be sold as DLC to those who want it. Reach will also be the first game released in the PC version of MCC with the rest of the series following in chronological order.
There are no release dates for the PC version of MCC or for when Reach will be added to the Xbox One version have been announced.