PC Users Can Finally Play HALO: THE MASTER CHIEF COLLECTION Eventually
Halo fans have collectively been losing their minds this week and rightly so. After all, Microsoft recently announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is officially coming to PC via Steam and the Microsoft Store. The reveal was made during the latest episode of Inside Xbox, and since then, fans have been ecstatic. The MCC features six fantastic games and they were all redone to look absolutely gorgeous.
One interesting tidbit is that it appears The MCC is going to be released in installments instead of all at once. That means that the games will slowly be released in chronological order. This will allow for plenty of care to be given to each title, which in theory means a better experience for players. As I mentioned, the games will release chronologically which means we’ll get them in this order: Halo Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST (an underrated game in my opinion), and Halo 4.
Unfortunately, we don’t have a release date for the games, but I’m sure fans can wait just a little longer. My biggest complaint is that I love playing Halo via splitscreen, but that’s typically not a feature on PC titles so I’ll either have to hope friends also buy it, or I’ll have to pony up and get an Xbox One. I am excited at the chance to finally play Halo 4 though. Will you be picking up the PC version of The Master Chief Collection?