Halo is a military science fiction media franchise focused on a series of video games managed and developed by 343 Industries. It is an American video game developer and subsidiary of Xbox Game Studios. Halo is initially created and developed by Bungie Studios.
What is Halo all about?
The fantastic series centers on an interstellar war between humanity and an alliance of aliens known as Covenant. The game in the series is critically acclaimed. The journey from Halo Killer to Halo: Combat Evolved went to record-breaking success. The games have sold over 65 million copies worldwide, with the games alone grossing almost $3.4 billion.
Halo has become the hottest grossing media franchise and hottest grossing video games franchise of all the time.
Good News For Crazy Halo Fans!!
“Halo: Reach for MCC has been played on many configurations and types of PCs ranging from bleeding edge to near potatoes,” 343 Industries’ community support & engagement coordinator Tyler Davis wrote on his post.
“Our goal has been to optimize it to run on the lowest possible specs, and we believe we have reached our intended goal.” That’s not to say that the developer is stopping there.
“We are in the process of testing more options with integrated graphics but are not ready to share that information quite yet,” Davis continues.
“The specs are going to be slightly different for the Windows Store version as well and be shared at a later time.”
The minimum requirements are also made available for the users and fans. Apart from requirements, several maps that are playable are sent to users in beta tests.
If planning on getting the Master Chief Collection for PC, then the complete, fully-featured version of the Halo games will be available. And, if its Xbox player, the games have been given a polish and tuneup to take out all the pain points that were in the Master Chief Collection when it first launched.
The Master Chief returns in #HaloInfinite – the next chapter of the legendary franchise beginning holiday 2020! Learn more about the game and its development for the entire @Xbox family of devices, including Project Scarlett and Windows PCs, here: https://t.co/yZihnfQW9E pic.twitter.com/XdJMN2M3MC
— Halo (@Halo) June 9, 2019
Good news for now till we wait for Halo Infinite next year.