Helps 4K, 60fps+, ultra-wide screens, and extra.
Halo 2: Anniversary, the shiny remaster of Bungie’s seminal Xbox shooter sequel, is, in the end, coming to Steam, the Microsoft Retailer, and Xbox Sport Move for PC subsequent Tuesday, 12th Might, as a part of Halo: The Grasp Chief Assortment.
The Grasp Chief Assortment, chances are you’ll recall, initially arrived PC final December. Nevertheless, not like the unique 2014 Xbox One model – which featured each main sequence entry launched up to now – solely Halo: Attain was included at launch.
That lonely quantity turned two in March, when Halo: Fight Advanced Anniversary was added to The Grasp Chief Assortment’s PC launch, and its enlargement right into a three-game bundle subsequent week implies that we’re on the half-way level, with Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST (Marketing campaign), and Halo Four nonetheless wanted at the beginning is current and proper.
Halo 2: Anniversary is coming Might 12
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Halo 2: Anniversary’s solo marketing campaign and multiplayer modes could be performed utilizing both Anniversary’s fancied-up visuals or these from the unique Halo 2 (switchable at any time), and as with different video games within the Grasp Chief Assortment on PC, there’s help for 4k UHD, 60+ FPS, and ultra-wide screens, plus customisable mouse and keyboard, and adjustable FOV.
These Halo followers desirous to go all-in on PC can both play the Halo: Grasp Chief Assortment via Xbox Sport Move on PC or should buy it for £29.99/$39.99 USD on Steam and the Microsoft Retailer. Halo 2: Anniversary will possible even be obtainable to buy individually if it follows the sample established by Halo: Attain and Halo: Fight Advanced Anniversary, which each featured a standalone worth of £6.99/$9.99 USD.
Microsoft beforehand introduced that Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST (Marketing campaign), and Halo 4 would full the Grasp Chief Assortment on PC earlier than the top of the yr.