Halo: Reach returns to the PC after 12 long years, makes its way to the Top 5 games on Valve

By Digit NewsDesk | Published on Dec 04 2019
Halo: Reach returns to the PC after 12 long years, makes its way to the Top 5 games on Valve

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Halo: Reach has come to the PC after 12 long years

The game is also available as part of the Halo: Master Chief Collection

The game costs Rs 349 on Steam, while the Master Chief Collection is available for Rs 899

PC gamers have waited 12 long years for Halo: Reach to hit the platform and finally, the game has made its return. Just as the game was a hit, back in the day, Steam users welcomed the return of Halo; Reach with open arms and 100,000 players playing the game simultaneously, putting it firmly on the top 5 games on the service. 

It’s been a little too long and even though Halo: Reach is the first Halo game to make it to the PC, 343 Industries have made it clear that more Halo games will be coming to the platform. Taking the franchise over from Bungie, 343 Industries plans on releasing the Halo: Master Chief Collection on the PC. Microsoft has also confirmed that all the games in the collection will be playable in 4K 60 fps. Just an added bonus, the multiplayer modes will also be playable at 4K 60 fps. Mouse and Keyboard support is also sorely welcome as playing an FPS with a controller is just not the ideal way to go about it. 

Halo: Reach has also been released on the Xbox One today but the preferred way to play the game would definitely be the PC. Halo: Reach is currently out for Rs 349 but if you’re smart, you’ll shell out Rs 899 for the Halo: Master Chief Collection which includes Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4. 

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