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It took a year to fulfill the PC version of Halo: The Master Chief Collection after its launch. According to Microsoft’s announcement, Halo 4 launched as a PC version on November 17 and will be the closing title in the series.

Microsoft also remarked that Halo 4’s PC optimization will contain a “fully remastered campaign”. The game was originally released as an Xbox 360 exclusive on November 6, 2012. 343 Industries is responsible for developing its first Halo game, following Bingie’s split from Microsoft in 2007. Halo 4 is the seventh game in the franchise, though it’s the fourth game depicting the main plot of Halo games.

343 Industries gave a taste to Halo fans in December 2019 when the PC port of The Master Chief Collection was formally released. However, players could enjoy only Halo: Reach, because it took some time for developers to complete the collection with other games.

The Verge notices that you can purchase The Master Chief Collection for PC for $39.99 or buy Halo 4 separately, though you can’t buy the game separately right now. Xbox Game Pass owners can check the game out on PC too. 

November 17 also stands for the Halo: The Master Chief Collection release for the Xbox Series X and S. Notice that gamers who have the bundle on console will get a free copy on Microsoft’s next-gen consoles. Besides, console version of games received the optimization update: the support of 120FPS in Campaign and Multiplayer; split screen improvements. Owners of next-gen Xbox Series X will able to play all collection in 4K.

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