Halo At E3: Each Master Chief Collection Game Will Be $10, ODST Is $5 On PC

Halo At E3: Each Master Chief Collection Game Will Be $10, ODST Is $5 On PC
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In more exciting news from E3, it’s been announced that each Halo game will be $10 for their new PC version, and ODST will only be $5. Games included in this deal are Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4, for ten, and Halo: ODST for five.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC has been long-updated on Xbox One over the past few years, with a number of player tests which the future of the MCC are based on. At E3, 343 is providing players with a chance of getting their hands on the first in-progress demo of Halo: Reach for PC. Even if you can’t make it to E3 this year, it’s hinted that there’ll be a public beta coming up later this month.

Although we haven’t received a concrete release date for any of the games as of yet, we do know that Halo: Reach will be arriving first. As the games are released one after another, they will become available through the Xbox Game Pass subscription or can be purchased one at a time.

In a detailed post from Brian Jarrard, the Community Director at 343 Industries, we get a lot of details about the future of the Halo Series. We’re keen on the remastered Halo games being brought to PC, but there were also some juicy details about Halo Infinite, including a new teaser trailer.

It was announced that Halo Infinite will be released alongside Xbox’s Project Scarlett for the holiday season 2020. Infinite is set to be released on more platforms than ever before for a Halo game, including every variation of the Xbox One and PC. The game will be available on the Xbox Game Pass which covers both console and PC.

As well as announcements about the new Halo game and the remastered MCC collection, Xbox had plenty of other exciting topics to discuss. This includes Project Scarlett, the successor to Xbox One which has been rumored for quite a while now, set to release in 2020. Gears 5 also got a release date on September 10th, a full year before Halo Infinite.

We also got the first trailer for George R.R Martin’s and FromSoftware collaboration on a fantasy epic! And to top it all off, Keanu Reeves arrived on the Cyberpunk 2077 stage to drop the release date and announce he’s appearing in the game…