During the month of March, Microsoft and 343 Industries announced, to the great joy of the public, the publication of Halo The Master Chief Collection on PC.
It is expected that the debut on the collection platform dedicated to the adventures of Master Chief will be delayed, with Halo: Reach leading the way. In order to guarantee a service that was as optimized as possible, the development team also announced that the PC game would be preceded by some beta tests. Initially scheduled for May, the latter was later postponed, with the latest official communications which saw their start in the period prior to E3 2019 as rather difficult.
Now, further updates seem to come directly from the developers of 343 Industries. As you can see at the bottom of this news, during the evening of Wednesday 29 May, the team broadcast lives streaming dedicated to the PC version of Halo: Reach on Mixer. Well, as reported by Windows Central, during the appointment the software house announced that the expected test phase should start in June. Unfortunately, no further specific information has been shared: to know the exact date when gamers will be able to try Halo: Reach on PC, all that remains is to wait for further communications from 343 Industries.
Today's 343 Social Stream goes in-depth on our journey to bring MCC to PC! We'll be joined by @MaxSzlagor, @ikgrubb, and @ske7ch as they play campaign and answer your questions live. Tune in for a first-look at Halo: Reach on PC right now on @WatchMixer! https://t.co/B6GuNy6y8b pic.twitter.com/1bSyM5cWTr
— Halo (@Halo) May 29, 2019