Halo 4 was the sixth and last game to hit PC through Halo: The Master Chief Collection. It’s currently available to testers, but the public release is still a bit off. In the meantime, developer 343 Industries has now shared stunning new images from Halo 4 on PC and informed fans a bit more of what to expect when it launches.
Starting with the pictures, the screenshot shows a few locations in Halo 4’s campaign. The images had to be scaled down for publication, but 343 told fans, “Believe me, it’s amazing at 4K 60. “
Halo 4’s official release on PC will also be a showcase for the new graphics settings. Design director Max Szlagor says these will include the ability to adjust gamma and UI details independent of the game’s gamma and detail, along with new options for things like graphics quality, quality shadow quality, effect quality, detail quality and anisotropic filtering.
In addition, there will be extensive customization. For Halo 4 specific, players will be able to customize the armor pieces individually, and you can see its preview in the image below. Finally, Halo 4 will introduce the Champions Bundle weapon skins that appeared in Halo four years ago. In the MCC, you can earn these by completing the goals in the Part 4 refresh.
Halo 4 is the sixth and final Halo game to reach PC through The Master Chief Collection, following Halo: Reach, Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 3: ODST. These games can be purchased individually or through a bundle.
Despite calls for it, Microsoft has no plans to add Halo 5 to The Master Chief Collection on PC or Xbox One.
In other news about The Master Chief Collection, Microsoft is updating the game for the Xbox Series X / S to support 120 fps / 4K.
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