After years of Xbox One exclusivity, the Master Chief Collection is making its way to PCs.
Ever since the release of Halo 2 Vista in 2004, first-person shooter Halo titles have been completely absent on PC, with the sole exception of Halo 5: Guardians’ Forge and Custom Games modes. Due to this, PC players haven’t been able to finish the fight with Halo 3, continue the Master Chief’s journey in Halo 4, and more. Thankfully, though, that’s changing.
Today on Inside Xbox, it was revealed that Halo: The Master Chief Collection (MCC) (Halo: MCC) is making its way to PC, thanks to the efforts of 343 Industries and its partners, Splash Damage and Ruffian Games. The way that it’s being released makes stability a priority, which is great news. In addition, you’ll be able to buy the MCC from two different places, and there’s new, unexpected content coming as well.
Here’s everything you need to know about Halo MCC on PC.
Finish the Fight
Halo: The Master Chief Collection