Halo: The Master Chief Collection has yet to arrive on PC, but fortunately it seems that the wait is almost over.
It won't take long to learn about Microsoft's plans for the official launch of Halo: MCC, especially thanks to streaming scheduled for today 29 May which will be visible on Mixer.
During the stream several 343 members will appear including the community director Brian Jarrad, design director Max Szlagor and other developers to give answers on the state of play for the PC version of the game and its arrival.
In addition to direct, 343 is preparing a post which will cover many topics, including Halo: Reach on MCC, on the PC version and on the Collection in general. The Post, according to 343, is full of information with its 22 pages and 6000 words.
On tomorrow's 343 Social Stream special guests @MaxSzlagor @ikgrubb and @ske7ch offer a show-and-tell update on Halo: Reach and the journey to bring MCC to PC! Join us on @WatchMixer at 1: 30PM PT. https://t.co/4xbjIJZgug pic.twitter.com/wtK3kLlxMj
- Halo (@Halo) May 2, 2017
Halo: The Master Chief Collection will arrive on PC in different phases, with the various chapters of the saga inserted separately. The first game to be released will be Halo: Reach, to continue with Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3 ODST and Halo 4.
Do you remember that for April, 343 had planned a beta for Halo: MCC unfortunately having to set it aside? If you don't remember what happened, here's all that you must know.