Microsoft and 343 Industries have announced that Halo 4 will be joining the PC version of Halo: The Master Chief Collection on November 17, 2020. It may not be the exact Halo title that fans expected to be playing this month, but it does fulfill the promise that 343 made earlier this year: every game in the Halo compilation is now on PC.
As with the previous ports to Windows, Halo 4 will receive a plethora of PC-specific features that will make it the definitive version of the game for many. These include 21:9 ultra-widescreen support, uncapped framerates, full mouse and keyboard control options, and native 4K resolution output. A lot of these features will also be available on Xbox Series X, which coincidentally will be getting its update on November 17.
While many aren’t necessarily taken with the campaign in Halo 4, the game does include a ridiculous amount of content for the price. There’s not only the regular and stuffed multiplayer suite but a secondary co-op campaign called “Spartan Ops.” Originally released in episodic updates on the Xbox 360, the full selection of maps will be playable from day-one on PC.
Halo 4 will be available to download from both Steam and the Windows Store. It is also included as a part of a subscription Xbox Game Pass, which nets you all six titles in the Master Chief Collection. With so many options for trying this one out, it might make for a suitable way to cap off 2020 as we transition into a new year and hopefully a brighter future.
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