Halo: Master Chief Collection PC tests start this month with Halo: Reach

Microsoft is preparing for early testing of Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC, after the unveiling earlier this year. The six-piece game complication for the iconic first-person shooter series expands to Steam and Windows 10, via a steady rollout led by Halo: Reach from 2010.

Halo Community Director, Brian Jarrard, has now indicated this week an early rollout is planned with testing under the Halo Insider program. Now that the registrations are live, the Halo Insider Program will include both pre-release PCs and Xbox One builds from Halo: Reach, prior to public availability. And: "if everything goes according to plan," Halo: The Master Chief Collection can hit your PC in the coming weeks.

We should note that Jarrard's comments were made on the evening of April 1, followed later by assuring "it's not a joke" to budding PC gamers. It supports a recent claim by reporter Brad Sams, who also claims that Microsoft is targeting the April launch. Halo developer, 343 Industries, confirms that every Halo game is "ready when they are ready," indicating that the last nail polish is being placed on the Halo: Reach reissue.

Halo: Reach & # 39; s upcoming Xbox One and PC debut look promising and expand the Halo: The Master Chief Collection again. Expectations are particularly high for the PC port, with unlimited frame rates, reassignable hot keys, cross-platform progression and more of promised features. In the meantime, signing up for the Halo Insider program is your chance to get started right away.

You can purchase Halo: the Xbox One version of the Master Chief Collection today for just $ 30.

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Halo: The Master Chief Collection

Master Chief returns better than ever.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection bundles the best of Microsoft & # 39; s shooter. With the campaign and multiplayer on board, this is the essential package for every Halo fan.

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