Everyone who owns Halo Master Chief Collection will get access to Halo Reach's multiplayer content, including the Theater and the Forge, but the Campaign and Firefight modes will be available as a premium add-on. Now, we know what that news is, and it's probably what you could have guessed.
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. Not just Windows Store either, it'll also be on Steam!
The news was announced via a post on the Xbox Wire, which included the news that Halo: Reach will also be joining the collection.
While Reach probably isn't the top Halo game on many lists, the idea of eventually including every iteration in the Collection is an incredible idea. Features like proper mouse and keyboard support, customisable keybinds, FOV sliders, and ultrawide resolutions are all specifically cited in the announcement.
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343 Industries says that bringing all of these titles to PC is a huge undertaking for the studio and is something that they want to do right. All the bells and whistles you expect to find on a modern PC title, those are the things we're going to deliver with Halo: "Master Chief Collection". 343 said it will be splitting Reach up into two parts when it is added to MCC with the game's multiplayer being made available for free while the Campaign and Firefight will be a separate purchase.
The collection originally debuted on Xbox One on November 11, 2014 and was met with poor matchmaking experience and numerous bugs, but has sense been patched significantly, with new content added over the course of its lifespan.
Each of the titles in the series will then follow in chronological order, from 2001's Halo: Combat Evolved to 2012's Halo 4. (In fact, it's already listed there.) Halo is a full-on Microsoft series, but not having to deal with that mess of a digital storefront makes the announcement more exciting.
Jarrard said today that Halo: MCC will be released on PC later this year, but didn't share an ETA.