Halo: The Master Chief Collection could be announced for PC this week

Highly anticipated: It's been more than four years since Halo: The Master Chief Collection arrived on Xbox. Surely enough time for Microsoft and 343 Industries to transfer the compilation to the PC without the inconvenience that has hindered the launch of the console, right?


Microsoft plans to present its next Inside Xbox program on March 12. The second episode of the second season, recently  teased on YouTube, will feature, among other things, "exciting news" about Halo: The Master Chief.

Word around the water cooler is that Microsoft may announce that The Master Chief Collection will finally reach the PC. It has been known for some time that Microsoft is working on PC compilation, but according to Brad Sams, the project has already been delayed several times.

The launch of the Xbox One compilation was "disastrous" and, as Sams points out, Microsoft wants to make sure that they solve all the problems this time around.

Halo: The Master Chief collection was released on the Microsoft console on November 11, 2014 and consists of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4.

The latest update of The Master Chief Collection on Xbox adjusts the game's main menu screen and makes some changes requested for competition games and social games. The full changelog is available on the Halo forums.

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