Today during a competitive Halo stream, 343 Industries members Brian Jarrard and Bonnie Ross announced that the Halo Insider Program, which was instrumental to fixing the Xbox One version of the Master Chief Collection (MCC), is being extended to the PC platform.
The Halo Insider Program will allow people to play early builds of each Halo game on PC, helping ensure each game in the MCC will release stable. Members of the program will be asked to report on any bugs or glitches they encounter, as well as offer forms of feedback such as suggesting new types of features or changes to the game's interface.
There's no information right now about when tests will begin happening, as 343 Industries is taking the "we'll have answers when we have answers" approach to PC development. However, you can sign up for the Halo Insider Program right now by visiting the Halo site. For more information about Halo: MCC coming to PC, make sure to check out our details round-up. Of course, you can play the MCC right now on Xbox One if you simply can't wait for it to come to the PC, too.
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