PC fans, get those clicking fingers primed and ready up the grooves on your WASD keys – Halo Reach is coming to PC for the first time.
Halo Reach will be the first game in the rollout of the Master Chief Collection to gamers that use Steam, and marks the first big step Microsoft is making when it comes pushing more of its titles to PC and Steam.
You can learn everything you need to know about Halo Reach , including release date, release time, how to play on Xbox One and Steam on PC, at the link.
And the good news is your rig doesn't even have to be in the best shape, or particularly up to date in order to run the game.
"Halo: Reach for MCC has been played on many configurations and types of PCs ranging from bleeding edge to near potatoes" says a post from 343 Industries on the matter.
Take a look at the specs below.
"Our goal has been to optimize it to run on the lowest possible specs and we believe we have reached our intended goal" the developer reveals.
"With the help of the Halo Insider program we have received feedback and monitored how the title has played on a wide range of systems and below are the currently recommended minimum specifications for the Steam version of Reach on PC."
Good news for players that stopped upgrading their PCs back in the 360 days, then (this game was initially an Xbox 360 release, after all).
There will be new settings and options in the game, too – some that were not available in the original version of the game.
"A new seasons progression/customization isn’t all that’s new – there are quite a few additional changes and features coming to MCC including some new and expanded settings," notes the 343 blog.
"When Halo: Reach is ready, the update will bring many new settings you can customize to play how you see fit. Below is a list of settings being added to what currently exists to MCC. These will be coming when Halo: Reach joins MCC."
The list of new options can be seen below.
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