After announcing the entire Halo: The Master Chief Collection is set to be adapted for PC, the good people over at 343 Industries, a studio owned by Microsoft, preferred to keep quite about this upcoming project.
According to the official announcement, Halo titles included in this collection will be released one step at a time, in the chronological order of the story of the series: Halo: Reach will be the first Master Chief Collection game that will be released for PC being succeeded by Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST ( campaign ) and Halo 4.
To create the PC versions of the games, 343 Industries is working with Splash Damage and Ruffian studios, and the Halo: The Master Chief Collection games will be properly adapted for PC with support for FOV adjustment, ultra wide monitors, 4K resolution, 60 frames per second, and so on.
After a time, 343 Industries returned with details regarding the PC system requirements for Halo: Reach which you can see in the image below. We don’t have only good news: for starters, the initial version of the game will not come with cross-platform multiplayer support with the exception of the Windows Store / Game Pass edition and the Steam version. Compatibility with Xbox One will be added in the future.
At this time we don’t know the precise release date of the Halo: Reach game.