Halo: The Master Chief Collection
Release date: December 3
- Genre: Shooter
- Platforms: PC
- Estimated price: $50
The Master Chief Collection is a complete set of all the main installments of the very popular series of shooters, Halo. Some of these games will become available on PC for the first time ever, and they all will be revamped, offering 4K support, HDR technology, and all that in glorious 60 frames per second. The ports are developed by
What games are included in Halo: the Master Chief Collection?
The set will include five major hits of the series – Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4 – plus a DLC to Halo 3 called ODST. Unlike a similar bundle released a few years ago on Xbox One, the PC release will not appear as a complete collection right away. In December, we will get Halo: Reach, with subsequent installments being released in the future. Halo: Reach can also be ordered separately for about $10.
- More about Halo: The Master Chief Collection
I've always wanted to play the Halo series. The reason I haven't done it so far is prosaic – me and game pads just don't get along well in shooters. We have a very different opinion about where the bullets should go. That's why the announcement of the PC version of Master Chief Collection was like manna to me. Manna, which – as manna does – came completely unexpectedly while I was hoping for mouse and keyboard support coming for Xbox One, announced a year ago. So it worked out beautifully, and I'm rubbing my hands... I just haven't asked myself one important question yet: aren't the first parts of Halo already too archaic for today's FPS standards?