Halo 3 PC Flight Testing Planned To Begin Next Month
343 Industries has been working hard to get the full Master Chief Collection on PC, with Halo 2 arriving recently on Steam. Next up, Halo 3 will be coming to the platform, but before that can happen, the devs need to do some testing. Luckily, fans will likely not have to wait long as flight testing for the installment on PC is planned to begin next month.
In a recent post to the Halo Waypoint website, one of the 343 devs discussed their current plans for Halo 3 and what is happening behind the scenes. They’ve already begun the early stages of flighting in Ring 1, with a completed build expected to arrive in partners’ hands next week. Following that, their goal is to have the public flight test begin in the first half of June.
Nothing is set in stone just yet, so plans to have the Halo 3 flight test begin next month could change. To have your chance at participating in future flights, you will want to register for the Halo Insider program and make sure it is updated if you have already done that. More information on how to sign up for the program can be found right here.
Halo 3 was originally released back 2007 for the Xbox 360 with a version coming to the Xbox One in 2014 as part of the Master Chief Collection. Following its public flight test, it will likely be released on Steam, Xbox Game Pass for PC, and the Windows Store soon after. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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