The New Halo Reach PC Test Has Taken Off, Let’s See It in Action

Halo Reach

343 Industries officially kicked off the second Halo Reach PC test phase, which was postponed due to technical problems earlier this month.

The developers have sent invitations via e-mail to as many as 10,000 subscribers to the insider program, a number well above the 1,000 that were sent on the occasion of the first test conducted between June and July. The servers will remain open until 19:00 (GMT +2) on Tuesday 27th August. The lucky players selected have the opportunity to test the shooting mode with dedicated servers within three different maps, Beachhead, Corvette and Holdout. During the test, the mode will be made available in rotation in the normal and heroic variants, which will never be active simultaneously.

Halo Reach will be the first title of the Halo: The Master Chief Collection to land on PC, via Microsoft Store and Steam. At the moment we do not know either the release dates of the individual episodes, nor their order of arrival, but we have already had the opportunity to discover their price, or 9.99 euros each with the exception of Halo ODST which, being provided of the campaign alone, will be offered at 4.99 euros. Meanwhile, at the top of this news, you can find a gameplay video of Halo Reach for PC recorded during the testing phase currently underway.