First gameplay footage for PC version of Halo Reach – Halo The Master Chief Collection E3 2019 Demo

And the time has finally come. Microsoft and 343 Industries have showcased, for the first time ever, the PC version of Halo Reach that will be included in the Halo: The Master Chief Collection. This video showcases the E3 2019 demo (that will be most likely available to insiders next week) and packs almost an hour of PC gameplay footage.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection features a total of 67 campaign missions plus more than 120 multiplayer maps (including the original Halo Combat Evolved maps) and Spartan Ops maps. This collection basically features all six Halo games. The first Halo game that will be coming out for the PC is Halo Reach and will be followed by Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, the Halo 3: ODST Campaign and Halo 4.

The PC version will feature robust action mapping options, great mouse/keyboard input across the entire game, low input latency by leveraging raw input and latency validation via slow motion cameras and support for a broad set of mouse and gameplay options.

Moreover, PC gamers can expect support for FOV sliders (to the extent each game can realistically support), updated UI controls, robust video and game options, text chat, as well as support for 4K resolutions, GSync/Freesync monitors and high refresh rates.

343 Industries and Splash Damage are doing their best to offer a polished product, which is why the flighting program was delayed (it is said that the flighting will begin in June).

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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