Just about time, Halo: Reach.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection PC should have been available in April but there were some delays. Thankfully, the delay is now ending since developer 343 Industries announced that the beta is going to start this June with Halo: Reach.
First look of Halo: Reach
Players who have joined Microsoft’s Halo Insider program will have a go at it first. The announcement was confirmed during a live stream event where live gameplay for one of the game’s mission was showed. The stream was led by the community director Brian Jarrard along with this team. In the same stream, they shared a “first look” of Halo: Reach.
He also revealed that 343 Industries will show Halo: The Master Chief Collection in E3 2019 and that attendees will be able to check out the missions from Halo: Reach. The first Beta will be here sometime before or after E3.
During the live stream, the developers talked about their efforts to ensure that the Halo titles feel like PC games from the get-go. Game developers announced in the live stream that Halo: Reach will not have split-screen or mods support, however; fans might be able to get that on latter titles.
You can watch the full live stream below:
The exact date for the start of Halo: Reach Beta has not been confirmed so far, but since it will be playable by the players subscribed to Halo Insider, if you are interested to give it a try you can sign up for the Halo Insider Program and perhaps get a chance to play the Beta if you are lucky enough.
As mentioned earlier, Halo: Reach will be the first Halo title from the Master Chief Collection to arrive on PC. It will be followed by Combat Evolved and the others in chronological order.
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