One of the biggest Xbox One exclusives is coming to PC and that’s Halo: Master Chief Collection. This game is a collection of past Halo titles but revamped with a big overhaul in terms of graphics and tweaks to mechanics. However, before its fully ready for the release on PC, the development team over at 343 Industries are bringing out public test events known as flights. Each flight will be based around something in particular for the game and gamers participating should prepare for the next public flight this month which will focus on Firefight.
If you’re not familiar with Firefight, this is essentially a Halo horde game mode where players must fight against increasingly difficult waves of Covenant. This can be enjoyed alone or with a group of friends which will allow players to help one another as they attempt to reach the next wave level. As it stands right now, the next public flight will start sometime this month though it was not unveiled just when it will take place. Instead, 343 Industries are keeping things under wraps but you can join the flight by signing up right here.
For those of you who are unaware of the Halo: Master Chief Collection, this was once a collection of Halo games available for the Xbox One. It’s not slated to release on the PC platform which will include Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 4, Halo 3: ODST, and lastly, Halo: Reach. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like Halo 5 is being added into the mix nor is it available on its own for the PC platform. Likewise, we don’t know when the collection will launch for the PC platform. For now, it’s only slated to release sometime this year.
Source: PC Gamer