Halo developer 343 Industries announced in a blog post that the next test flight for Halo: The Master Chief Collection is currently planned to begin at some point towards the end of March. According to the post, the flight will contain content for Halo 2 Classic as well as Halo 2: Anniversary, and will also include the long-awaited Halo: Reach Forge and Theater modes that were delayed back when Halo: Reach released on PC in 2019. Additionally, there’s also a chance that the flight will contain some fixes for Halo: Reach’s audio bugs, but 343 Industries noted that this may not happen depending on how far along the bug fixes are come flighting time. As of now, Halo 2 and Halo 2: Anniversary are the next two games in line to be released on the Master Chief Collection on PC.
The Master Chief Collection is available on Xbox One, Steam, and the Windows 10 Store. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, the most recent title to come out on PC, is also available on Steam and the Windows 10 Store as a standalone purchase if you would prefer to buy each game individually as they come out.
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