Halo 4 Joins PC Master Chief Collection Next Week Alongside Xbox Series X/S Upgrade


Halo: The Master Chief Collection will soon be complete on PC. Halo 4 entered beta testing on PC late last month, and apparently everything went well, because the game will officially be added to Halo: MCC next week. You can check out a quick teaser trailer for Halo 4, below.

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Microsoft hasn’t provided many details about the PC version of Halo 4, but here’s some of the new features that were part of beta testing:

New Features

  • Input-based matchmaking & crossplay
    • Crossplay is fully available in Firefight, Forge, and multiplayer modes
    • Campaign and Spartan Ops mode do not currently support crossplay between Xbox and PC
  • Server Region Selection
  • Per-Piece Customization for Halo 4
    • Visors can now be selected for Customization
  • Forge improvements including Trait Zones, New Movement Control, and Local/World Axis Toggle
  • Advanced Graphics Options (PC only)
  • Text Chat Availability and Moderation
  • A Field of View (FOV) option will be available for Halo 4 on Xbox One consoles

Meanwhile, on the same day Halo 4 gets added to The Master Chief Collection on PC, the compilation will be getting an upgrade for Xbox Series X/S, which 120fps gameplay an 4K resolution on the Series X…

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is available on PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S. Halo 4 joins the collection on PC, and the Xbox Series X/S versions get their upgrade, on November 17. A big day for Halo fans! Doesn’t quite make up for Halo Infinite being delayed, but still…are you planning to spend some time with Master Chief next week?