Halo makes its triumphant return to PCs, starting with the Halo: Reach – CNET

Halo makes its triumphant return to PCs, starting with the Halo: Reach – CNET

Halo Master Chief Collection

the Master Chief is back on PCs. 


Halo is a mainstay for the Xbox platform, but the first two games of the popular sci-fi shooter were also on the PC. A new collection, bring the core games in the franchise, to play Windows-based Computer with the best graphics a PC can handle. 

Halo: the Master Chief Collection is now available for PCs via the Windows Store and for the first time on Steam for $39.99. The games in the collection will be released, while in 2020, with the first, Halo: Reach, Tuesday. The other games are Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo 4. You can Halo buy: Reach on its own for $9.99. It is also cross-play between the Steam and Windows versions of the game. Halo: Reach is now available for your Xbox games to Happen. 

PC modders who want to have some creative fun with the game, you have carte blanche, the Halo: Reach campaign and custom games. A member of 343 Industries, the games current developer of the Halo, went on the subreddit for the game to let you know, modding would be available. 

“We are still working to improve this, on the road, but for now, you have the option, if you anticheat to bypass launch,” the developer said Monday. “This allows you to play the campaign and customs, but do not allow that they are made to play a match games. I highly recommend to switch to a copy/backup of anything you modify, so that you will be able to back and forth easily.”

First developed by Bungie, Halo was originally intended for release on Macs and PCs, to Microsoft the studio has acquired. The developer was then the task of the game brings to the Xbox as a console premiere launch title in 2001. A PC version of the game came later in the year 2003. The sequel, Halo 2, released in 2004 for the Xbox, and its Windows Vista counterpart in 2007. The rest of the series stayed on the Xbox platforms, developed by Microsoft, Halo-exclusive developer, 343 Industries. 

Originally Dec published. 3, 11:56 PM PT. 
Update, 7:21 p.m. PT: – Adds additional background info. 

Published on Wed, 04 Dec 2019 03:21:00 +0000

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