Halo: Reach is coming to PC today, December 3rd, and now Microsoft has shared a number of key information to help players get ready for release. From the time of launch, it’ll be the same for everyone in the world.
Microsoft also confirmed that Halo: Reach on PC will not support pre-loading on Steam or Windows 10. Although the installation does not include a pre-loading, players can use Steam’s remote download feature to start downloading immediately.
Halo: Reach $10 on Steam and Windows 10. Forge and Theater modes were delayed until 2020 and were not started on the PC. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4 will follow in the future and will be ready to buy each one individually or through a package.
Owners of Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Xbox One can play multiplayer games, custom games, Forge and Theater games for free. Campaign and Firefight modes will be available for $10 on Xbox One, released on December 3rd. Xbox Game Pass subscribers – Xbox One and PC – by the way, get everything for free when it’s released.
Halo: Reach coming to Steam is very important because Microsoft hadn’t released a mainline Halo FPS on Steam before. Halo Infinite will also be coming to the PC from 2020, but Steam is not officially approved at this stage, but it seems likely.