Today, during the latest episode of Inside Xbox, Microsoft officially announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection is coming to PC.
What is quite surprising is that it won’t just come to the Windows Store, but also to Steam.
The game will support FOV sliders, ultra-wide resolution, remappable controls, and “everything that you expect” from a PC game.
Interestingly, the games will be rolled out one-by-one in a “kind of a rolling release” instead of having a release of the entire collection at the same time.
On top of this, we got the announcement that Halo Reach will come including support for 4K HDR visuals, and 60 FPS on PC. Xbox One users won’t be left out as the game will also come to Microsoft’s console.
On Xbox One, Halo Reach will be broken up in two chunks: The multiplayer portion will be free for everyone who already owns Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The single-player portion will be offered as a premium DLC. Game Pass subscribers will get the whole experience at no additional cost.
Interestingly, on PC the experience won’t be split, and Halo Reach will actually be the first part of the Master Chief Collection released on Steam and on the Windows store.
You can check out the announcement trailer below.