The phased transfer of Halo: The Master Chief Collection to PC is coming to an end – the last part of the collection remains, Halo 4. Today it became known that it will appear on computers on November 17.
The developer has announced that Halo 4 will be coming to PC on November 17th as part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. And this is the last game in the franchise to be ported to PC, unless, of course, the studio decides to port Halo 5: Guardians as well. In the meantime, you can say that in the future, The Master Chief Collection will support crossplay, there will be new options for armor, new cosmetic items, and much more.
I also note that an optimized version of Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be released on November 17 for the next generation Xbox Series X and S consoles.
With Halo 4, you’ll get a story campaign, 25-map competitive multiplayer, and Spartan Ops co-op missions. Among the technical features of the game are 4K, 60 and more fps, support for ultra-wide monitors, a viewing angle regulator, and so on.
The game will not only have a standard update with improved graphics and performance, but the single-player company will be updated, in which new opponents will even appear. Of the pleasant changes, there is also support for 120 FPS and a slider for changing the field of view.
The PC version of The Master Chief Collection is available for purchase on Steam and the Microsoft Store and is also included in the Xbox Game Pass library. In addition to the “four”, the collection includes Halo: Reach, Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3, and ODST.
Recall, November 17 for the console The Master Chief Collection will release a next-gen patch – on Xbox Series X and S shooters will run at 120 fps and boast an improved split-screen.