Halo: Reach Beta on PC Available Next Week
Many players are waiting for 343 Industries to announce the release date of Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC. Although that moment has not arrived yet, next week will begin a beta of Halo: Reach, the first sequel to Halo according to 343 Industries.
For all users who are registered in Halo: Insiders, they will be able to access this beta to help verify the current status of the title. Although the beta will be available to Halo Insiders users, only a few will be selected for this test.
Halo Insiders is a program that will allow the community to test and help in the development of franchise games. “we’re still targeting to release next week and will be sharing the details with the public, so even if you aren’t selected for the flight, you’ll know what’s happening,” the studio said.
So, if everything goes as planned, next week some players will be able to play Halo: Reach on PC. 343 Industries reiterated that the Beta process is somewhat complicated, so first they want to make sure everything is ready.
Halo: Reach for PC was playable in E3 2019, but this Beta will be the first opportunity for more players to take a look at the game. The developers showed a bit of the game before the event, here you can learn more details and watch a stream.
343 Industries has not yet released an estimated launch date for Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC, as it prefers to take its time and do things right. This collection will include the titles of Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST and Halo 4.
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