You know Halo, we know Halo, and every other gamer in the world knows Halo. But not everyone was able to play Halo to the fullest (or rather, to the end). Well, now, with Halo: The Master Chief Collection out on Steam, it appears that precisely everyone decided to snatch a copy and finish the epic sci-fi tale on their own terms. Halo: MCC collection has taken Steam by a storm and is currently holding the number 1 position in the top-sellers’ list.
In many ways, such player demand was rather unexpected, as Halo: The Master Chief Collection is a rather old release – originally, first-released on Xbox One, back in 2014. Furthermore, Halo was never a PC game, and even more so, never a Steam PC game – or so it was thought. Halo: Reach alone has managed to snatch over 100,000 unique players a single hour after its official launch, and if that doesn’t instantly scream popular – probably nothing will.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection includes these titles – Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved (Anniversary Edition), Halo 2 (Anniversary Edition), Halo 3, Halo 3 Orbital Drop Shock Troopers (DLC), and Halo 4! In case you’re still wondering, or are simply left mesmerized by the fact that Halo is already playable on PC – to its very fullest, we suggest reading our other article on Halo: MCC and why its release truly matters in the current day and age.