Halo 2: Anniversary is officially coming to the PC on May 12th

Microsoft and 343 Industries have announced that Halo 2: Anniversary is coming to the PC on May 12th. As with previous Halo games, Halo 2: Anniversary will be a part of the Halo: The Master Chief Collection.

Halo 2: Anniversary will support 4K UHD resolutions and HDR. Moreover, it will support mouse and keyboard, will have proper on-screen indicators, and will have other native PC features. Naturally, this “remaster” will also have better textures and improved lighting effects.

You can go ahead and take a look at some PC screenshots in 4K/Max settings here. Similarly to Halo: Anniversary, we’ll share a mini-PC Performance Analysis for Halo 2: Anniversary.

Stay tuned for more!

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