Halo 2 PC Launch & Imminent Halo 3 Testing

Halo 2

With the arrival of Halo 2 on May 12th, players are already looking ahead to the next installment of the Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC. According to Gamespot, a new development update on Halo Waypoint indicates that developers are ready to start testing Halo 3 “in the coming weeks”.

The first round of testing will involve a very limited number of players who will work cooperatively with the development team. Over time, Halo Insiders will be brought on board as the number of testers is increased. These folks will get to play the game ahead of its launch.

In the meantime, Halo 2: Anniversary will be launching for PC tomorrow (May 12th) as part of The Master Chief Collection. H2: Anniversary Edition brings PC players tons of improvements on the original console game including:

  • specialized PC settings and optimizations including 4K UHD, 60+ FPS, customizable M/KB support, ultrawide support, FOV customization, etc.
  • the entire campaign experience spread across all included games
  • the ability to toggle between remastered and original graphics in the Anniversary edition
  • 7 remastered multiplayer maps from the Anniversary edition and 25 multiplayer maps from the original game

Check out the Halo 2 Steam page to learn more.

About Halo 2 – Anniversary Edition

Following the destruction of Halo, humankind experiences a short-lived victory. Eager for revenge, the Covenant launches a surprise attack on Earth, but they find themselves ill-prepared to defeat the UNSC’s home fleet and are forced to flee into slipspace. When the Master Chief pursues his overzealous enemies, they discover yet another Halo ring, uncovering long-buried secrets, including an unlikely ally, that will dramatically alter the course of the Human-Covenant Conflict forever.

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Suzie is an avid gamer and has been since 1995. She lives in the desert with her own personal minion while dreaming of pixel worlds beyond Earth.

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