Halo: Reach Comes to PC


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.

Halo: Reach Comes to PC
Halo: Reach Comes to PC

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.



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here