Yesterday was a big day for every Xbox fan. Microsoft hosted its XO10 conference in London which had plenty of news about new games, new services and more. However, much like always, Halo stole the show. Microsoft and 343 industries revealed that Halo: Reach will become a part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection and will be released for Xbox One and PC on December 3rd.
If you’ve lived under a rock you should know that Halo: The Master Chief Collection was released over 5 years ago on Xbox One with 5 titles packed into one. These included Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo: ODST campaign, and Halo 4. However, the series prequel game Halo: Reach never made into the collection so fans started to speculate about the possible remake. That was not the case.
During E3 2019, Microsoft has announced that the collection will be coming to PC sometime later this year which blew our minds completely. And now, we’re getting an additional 6th Halo game alongside all the previous Halo games. The best part is that Xbox One players who already purchased The Master Chief Collection will get Halo: Reach free of charge – not bad for a single update, right?
Halo: Reach will have upgraded 4K visuals and should help you to ease your Halo cravings while the whole world waits for Halo Infinite to come out. Let’s just hope this won’t take 5 years…