Halo: The Master Chief Collection Flights Could be Rolling Out This Month

PC gamers have long been clamoring for a Steam release of Halo: The Master Chief Collection. 343 Industries met this demand with a PC announcement for the collection two weeks ago, but since hasn’t revealed any release dates. Until today…

Brian Jarrard, community manager at 343, sent out a tweet today. At first glance, you might think it would be an April Fools prank:

But follow-up replies seemed to suggest otherwise:

For reference, “flights” are the Halo vernacular for beta tests, giving chosen players a chance to test the collection early for free. If you’re interested (which, you totally should be) you can sign up for the flights with the Halo Insider Program. Hurry though – there’s limited space on how many players will be admitted into the flight.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection will be released game-by-game, starting with Halo: Reach and going up to Halo 4. Reach will support the acclaimed Theater and Forge multiplayer out the gate, as well as campaign, multiplayer, and firefight.

If you own The Master Chief Collection on Xbox One, Reach’s Forge and Theater mode will be added for free. However, the campaign, multiplayer, and firefight modes will come as separate purchases.

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