Halo: The Master Chief Collection is going to have a big addition, and this addition will be loved by the fans. Halo: The Master Chief Collection is going to include Halo: Reach, and it will be available on the Windows store and Steam. The announcement was made by Microsoft during its Inside Xbox live stream.
Microsoft has said that they won’t be releasing all the games at once on PC but, they will slowly release one game at a time. They will start with Halo: Reach. It will be the first addition to the collection. The rest of the games will be released in chronological order. This is a great step by Microsoft as we would have to wait for a longer period to play any of the games had they decided to release all games at once. The games will run at 60fps and support 4K.
For Xbox One users, they will be able to play Halo: Reach multiplayer. It will be available as a free add-one for everyone who owns the collection. However, for those who want to play the single-player mode, they will have to pay extra. So far there has been no news of the release of Halo: Reach.
When The Master Chief Collection was launched, it consisted of Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 4, and Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary. Then in 2015, Halo 3: ODST was added to the collection by 343 Industries. With the addition of Halo: Reach, the collection will have every Halo game except for Halo 5
The Master Chief Collection was first launched back in November 2014. The game was full of bugs, and there was a major problem with the matchmaking. 342 Industries had to put a lot of work in order to get things right. They also completely overhauled the online network structure in 2018.
The last Halo game which was available for PC was Halo 2 in 2007. Since then every new game has been exclusive to the Xbox platform. Microsoft also began developing a free-to-play Halo game for PC. The game was playable for a short time but, it was canceled afterward.