343 Industries has issued a firm denial of the recent datamine leak that indicated otherwise and says Halo 5 will not be coming to PC anytime soon. Recently, a database from Nvidia’s GeForce Now service leaked with the titles of unannounced projects and console exclusives. Though many people thought these games were coming to PC.
343 Industries has confirmed that Halo 5 is not coming to PC. The only available version of the game for players who want an online experience is in-game modes with up to 16 other people, which can be configured through Custom Maps and Game Types.
Halo 5: Guardians hype is accurate, and many fans want to play it on PC. The game was one of Microsoft’s last releases before officially committing all its first-party titles for both Xbox One and Windows.
PC gamers miss out on their chance to play Halo 5, as it’s not currently available for PC. However, the Master Chief Collection includes all four Xbox One classics, Halo: Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo Reach, and Halo 4.
343 Industries is hard at work on Halo Infinite, which will be the game that finally brings Master Chief’s story to a close.
With recent technical preview events drawing large crowds and generating plenty of feedback for 343 programmers eager to make this title as successful as possible–they’ve already been making tweaks based on what they learned.
To get more feedback on Halo Infinite, 343 has announced that they will be previewing the game again before its launch later this year. The next Halo game is set to be released on December 8th.
Xbox One, X-Box Series S, and PC owners can look forward to an epic adventure. The multiplayer will be free to play, but players must purchase the entire game to access and complete campaign levels.