The long-awaited shooter from 343 Industries is coming to PC, Xbox and Game Pass in the fall.
Through his official blog, Microsoft has shared an article reiterating its commitment to pc gamers sharing his exclusive games on Game Pass, Steam or his own Windows 10 store. Of course, the title that attracts all eyes at the moment is Halo Infinite, which will strictly follow the policy of excellence in compatible, both through the methods we already know and using other recently announced.
Just as I had anticipated 343 Industries, Halo Infinite will have numerous exclusive configuration options of PC that will allow us to get more out of it in equipment of any range, as well as support for ultra-wide screens of different formats, triple bonding for the mapping of each key (when it is usual to have a maximum of two) and other characteristics pending confirmation, as well as cross game and save with the rest of the platforms where it will be available.
We want to make sure Halo is compliant with PC gamers “We have worked closely with the PC community to ensure that Halo Infinite offers a first-rate PC experience,” reads the post. “We want to make sure Halo is compliant with PC gamers.” A goal that is not at all strange if we consider that Microsoft registers more than 10 million players who have tried Halo: The Master Chief Collection in Game Pass para PC since its release (most of which are new to the series, they say).
Microsoft has spent several years trying to improve its relationship with PC gamers, bringing its games a Steam and in conditions that feel native to this platform. With such a large and dedicated new audience in mind, the franchise’s spiritual reboot is slowly and inexorably approaching: it will be available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, PC (Steam, the ever better Microsoft store) and Game Pass at some point to be specified in the fall. If you need more information about the game, review everything we know about Halo Infinite.