After a series of different rumors, during the appointment with Inside Xbox in March, Microsoft and 343 Industries officially announced the long-awaited debut of Halo The Master Chief Collection on PC.
The publication of the collection on the new platform will take place over time, with Halo Reach paving the way for the other chapters included in the collection. To better test the functionality of the Collection on PC, the development team had announced a Halo: MCC Test session, which should have taken place during the month of April. However, a postponement was officially confirmed.
This was announced by Brian Jarrard, Community Director at 343 Industries, through his Twitter account. As you can see in the twitter at the bottom, in fact, the software house member underlined the complexity of the project and the consequent need to modify the plans initially planned by the team. ” The work continues, – he states – but the first public tests are postponed compared to the original objective” . Unfortunately, a new time window has not been indicated yet, but Jarrad promises that more information will soon be shared with the public.
We remind you that, in addition to the Windows Store, Halo: The Master Chief Collection will also be made available on Steam.
Well this tweet didn't age well. Hey, this project is complex, and being transparent means sometimes things change vs. what we originally hoped. Work continues but the first public flights are pushing out further than originally targeted. Will share more info soon! https://t.co/aSCB37ZxD2
— Brian Jarrard (@ske7ch) April 29, 2019