While the coveted Halo Master Chief Collection has been on the Xbox One since 2014, which boasts the whole Halo collection in glorious HD, the game was only recently announced for PC, slated to come later this year. Halo Master Chief Collection PC Settings recently got leaked through a test build, and it seems that the game has a lot of promising features.
Halo Master Chief Collection PC Settings – More than a port
The Halo Master Chief Collection boasts all of Halo games, except for Halo Guardians, Halo Wars and other non-mainline Halo games that weren’t FPS. These are the games released on the Xbox and the Xbox 360. The games also offered 4K and 60 FPS gameplay. However, the launch of the collection on the console was anything but smooth and took years of patching to fix and bring to a level that satisfied Xbox One owners.
With the Halo Master Chief Collection PC on the horizon, we get a first look at the Halo Master Chief Collection PC Settings and All Menu Screenshots courtesy of meantbent3 on Reddit.
According to the user, these are the screenshots by making a test build of the collection think it is a retail build. As such, this allows access to all the PC settings and more.
NOTE: These screenshots may not reflect the final product, keep in mind that we are still far from the official launch of the game, so nothing shown here is set in stone.
While a new Halo game hasn’t been on the PC since Halo 2 on Windows Vista. Ever since then, Halo 3, Halo 4, and Halo Reach would see release on the Xbox 360 with Halo Guardians being the only title for the Xbox One.
With the collection launching on PC, it seems Microsoft is looking to make amends to PC players by offering them decades of games in one fell swoop.
However, we still need to make sure that the collection runs better than how it did on the Xbox One, as such we still need to wait for the official release to see if it is warranted for our attention, or should we buy it on sale?
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