Microsoft appears to be warming up to its PC fan base by way of announcement that its latest Halo launch, the Halo: Master Chief Collection will be coming to PC in addition to the XBox platform. To further add icing to the cake, the announcement also stated that the new games will be launched using the much desired Steam platform.
The Halo: Master Chief Collection will allow PC gamers to play all previously released Halo games which includes 1, 2, 3, 4 ODST and Reach with the only missing game in the collection being 5. The last Halo game released to PC was Halo 2 back in 2007. Some of you may remember the drama that surrounded the launch as Microsoft attempted to force gamers to migrate to the new Windows Vista (with XP being mainstream at the time) in order to play the game. While the new games will be console ports, the series is currently being developed by both Ruffian and Splash Damage Studios to polish out any bugs. Once completed expect all the features you would typically expect on PC to be available such as HDR and 4K resolution to name a few.
At this point pricing has not yet been confirmed, however we will provide information as it is released. Currently, the bundle can be found for $29.99 for Xbox.