Now a day’s Microsoft is showing too much love towards the PC players, today they reported free-to-play Halo game for the PC. The game is developed by Saber Interactive, who gave beforehand chipped away at Halo Anniversary and Halo 2: Anniversary Remaster for the Xbox 360 and Xbox One. For now the game is booked for a closed beta in Russia.
Microsoft has not reported any arrangements as of right now on the off chance that it will be coming to different regions. You can see an off-screen screenshot from the game below.
There is very little data accessible from the PC version, yet is said to be the highlight of 4-16 players in multiplayer matches. The game will be utilizing the Halo 3 engine, and is likely proposed as an allowed to-play PVP Halo version. Presently word whether a story mode will be accessible. Team Slayer and Assassination modes were affirmed. 343 Industries themselves displayed the diversion, which is produced by Saber Interactive. Microsoft will be co-circulating the Game in Russia.
“Halo Online is set on a secret UNSC space installation called Anvil, where Spartan-IV soldiers train together in war exercises to sharpen their battle skills and test experimental technology.”
“Halo Online was built from the ground up specifically for the PC,” 343 said. “There are no plans to bring Halo Online to the Xbox One.” Further, anyone trying to access the game outside of Russia could “theoretically” do so, but they “would have to go through region-specific changes to address player expectations.”
The closed beta is scheduled to take place this spring, but a launch date has yet to be announced. We will bring you any new information on Halo for the PC as soon as it becomes available.
Source: Halo Waypoint