Halo Reach PC Gameplay Surfaces Online From The Game’s Single-Player Campaign
50 minutes of Halo Reach PC gameplay from the game's single-player campaign has surfaced online from the game’s final PC flight.
Halo Reach PC Flight 3 went live yesterday and includes two campaign missions alongside various matchmaking and firefight offerings. Following the launch of this final PC flight, gameplay videos have now been uploaded to YouTube, which we’ve included down below for all to see.
The first gameplay video from the Winter Contingency single-player mission is in 4K resolution and 60FPS, while the second video from the Noble Actual mission is in 1080P and 60FPS.
Halo Reach PC Gameplay 'Winter Contingency' (4K/60FPS)
Halo Reach PC Gameplay 'Noble Actual' (1080P/60FPS)
Insiders who’ve signed up for the Halo Reach PC flight should check their e-mails as 343 Industries has just sent out 20.000 more invites for this final PC flight.
About 15 mins ago, we sent out 20k more invites for the Microsoft Store version of the PC Flight. Please go check your emails!
In a little bit I will also be publishing this months blog. So keep your eyes peeled for that as well later today 🙂
— Tyler “Postums” Davis (@343Postums) October 30, 2019
343 Industries and Microsoft are bringing The Master Chief Collection to PC in phases with the first release being Halo: Reach.
Halo: Reach follows the story of Noble Team, a squad of heroic Spartan soldiers as they make their final stand on planet Reach, humanity’s last line of defence between the terrifying Covenant and Earth.
Halo Reach was released for the Xbox 360 in September 2010. “‘Halo: Reach’ is the culmination of a decade of ‘Halo,’ a franchise that has become a global entertainment and pop-culture touchstone,” Xbox head Phil Spencer said back in 2010. “Just as ‘Halo: Combat Evolved’ catalysed the success of the original Xbox to define a decade of entertainment, ‘Halo: Reach’ will push the boundaries for what’s possible in video games and help make 2010 the biggest year in Xbox history.”