Last week, we informed you about the latest rumours surrounding a PC release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection and from the looks of it, Microsoft is gearing up for an official announcement soon. And if that wasn’t enough, the official Microsoft Store page currently lists Surface HUB for this title.
In case you weren’t aware of, Surface HUB is a wall-mounted or roller-stand-mounted device with either a 55-inch (140 cm) 1080p or an 84-inch (210 cm) 4K 120 Hz touchscreen with multi-touch and multi-pen capabilities, running the Windows 10 operating system. Yeap, this is basically a PC and the official Microsoft store page for Halo: The Master Chief Collection currently lists it.
Now let’s take a look at another game that we know that it’s not coming out on the PC and that’s no other than Halo 5: Guardians. As we can see on its Microsoft Store page, Surface HUB or the PC are not listed at all.
Now since Microsoft has not confirmed anything yet, we strongly suggest everything you’ve read with a grain of salt. This could very well be a placeholder or just a mistake and nothing more. After all, we’ve seen this happening with Halo 5: Guardians.
For what it’s worth, Microsoft will make a Halo: The Master Chief Collection announcement during the upcoming Xbox Inside episode on March 12th. Rumour has it that Microsoft will announce the PC version during that episode, however nothing is set on stone yet.
We’ll be sure to keep you posted so stay tuned for more!