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Halo: Reach Coming to Master Chief Collection Alongside PC Release



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Microsoft has announced that Halo: The Master Chief Collection will arrive on PC throughout this coming year.

The compilation will come as a staggered release, with the games being released according to their internal chronology. As such, the prequel, Halo: Reach, will be the first of the series to arrive on PC.

Xbox One players will also gain access to Halo: Reach, with one caveat. Although the multiplayer will be available free for existing owners, the single-player campaign will be paid DLC.

The developers at 343 Industries are doubling down to ensure that the PC release of the Master Chief Collection, which will be available via Steam, will be a “premier experience.” As such, the anthology will release with all of the bells and whistles expected of a modern PC release, including ultra-widescreen support and variable resolution.

The collection will bundle together Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, and Halo 4, in addition to Halo: Reach.

No release date has yet been confirmed for either the beginning of the PC release or the Xbox One availability of Halo: Reach.

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DOOM Eternal Gets Nightmarish Concept Art



Doom Eternal

Bethesda has been pretty quiet about DOOM Eternal the past few months, but the company has reminded onlookers of the project’s stellar design via a piece of concept art.

Entitled ‘Hell Gate’, the concept art details Hell’s equivalent of royalist architecture, complete with DOOM (2016)’s penchant for contrasting colours and strong, angular geometry. The centrepiece of the art is the beloved Doomguy, whose heavy frame looks pretty small compared to the scale.

The art was shared directly on the game’s Twitter page, embedded below:

DOOM Eternal has no release date as of yet, but expect id Software to share more about the game at Bethesda’s E3 conference.

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