After months of speculation and waiting, Halo: Reach is about to make its debut on PC as part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and less than two weeks away. Microsoft has finally revealed the release date of Halo: Reach during their X019 stream; the beloved entry in the popular video game series is now set to release in The Master Chief Collection on December 3rd, 2019. IGN also uploaded a video of the Halo: Reach release trailer on their channel, which shows the upgraded Halo entry’s gameplay with its new updated graphics. Check out the Halo: Reach Master Chief Collection release trailer below:
Halo: Reach originally released in September of 2010, and quickly became a fan-favorite installment of the franchise. This is easily my favorite Halo game, especially because of how well-crafted the campaign and multiplayer system are. I’m relieved to know that we finally have a release date for its addition to Halo: The Master Chief Collection, and I look forward to seeing the rest of the remastered games get a release date as well. The game is the first in Halo: The Master Chief Collection to release on PC and Xbox One. Halo: Reach will be available for Xbox One, Windows 10, and Steam for $10.
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