As a result, 343 Industries is focused on making all the Halo titles perfectly compatible with mouse and keyboard controls, and ensuring they support multiple screen resolutions and different frame rates. Each game will come to PC individually starting with Halo Reach, which is chronologically first in the series. The announcement is one of two pieces of good news - the company is also adding Halo: Reach to the MCC. With that said, let's go back to that "almost all the Halo" statement from earlier.
According to a Halo Waypoint post, each additional title will be available as an individual purchase.
Halo Infinite is described as Master Chief's greatest adventure yet to save humanity.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection Coming PC, Will Be on Steam
The software giant and creator of the Xbox video game console said Tuesday that the popular sci-fi shooting game will come via Halo: The Master Chief Collection, which rereleased numerous original games from the series on the Xbox in 2014.
343 Industries says that bringing all of these titles to PC is a huge undertaking for the studio and is something that they want to do right.
Reach's multiplayer features will be free for anyone who already owns The Master Chief Collection, but the campaign will be a separate paid DLC that will release later for those on Xbox. The collection now includes the full slate of Halo classics with the exception of Halo 5: Guardians (at least for the time being).
In order to celebrate this announcement, Microsoft has also released a new trailer dedicated to the PC version that you can find below. That includes arguably the best game of the lot, the 2010 prequel game Halo: Reach - which hasn't been part of the collection.