Microsoft is preparing Halo: The Master Chief Collection for its PC debut, bringing the five-piece compilation to Steam and Windows 10 PCs. After over a decade of exclusivity to Xbox home consoles, the game brings an all-new potential for the hit first-person shooter (FPS). Kicking off availability with Halo: Reach, the package is set to deliver a 4K HDR upgrade of the 2010 prequel.
While details on Halo: Reach's Xbox One and PC launch are limited, the full campaign, multiplayer, and cooperative Firefight mode will also make the transition. And now via a community Q&A, we know Halo: Reach's extensive armor customization systems are slated for a revival too.
Speaking on Reddit, Halo Community Director, Brian Jarrard, provided the following details:
Halo: Reach's armor systems remain a praised aspect of its FPS sandbox, allowing players to fine-tune in-game avatars via modular armor pieces. It's the most in-depth Halo customization system to date, with its return sure to please series fans.
Halo: Reach is slated to launch on both Xbox One and Windows PCs "later this year," as a part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Master Chief returns better than ever.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection bundles together the best of Microsoft's shooter. With the campaign and multiplayer onboard, it's the essential package for any Halo fan.
Can't wait to play reach at 60fps !
Darn I want limitations and to be told how I can play the game
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