Halo: Reach PC Beta Now Live, 4K Gameplay Revealed (VIDEO)
Ever since 343 Industries announced that the Master Chief Collection was making its way to PC, fans have been itching to get their hands on the batch of Halo games. That said, the first PC beta for Halo: Reach is officially live, and to celebrate, 343 Industries has revealed some glorious 4K gameplay.
“The first MCC PC flight is an updated version of the build we brought to E3 earlier this month which includes the Halo: Reach campaign mission ‘Tip of the Spear,'” reads a forum post from 343. “And that’s it! Keep in mind that this is still work-in-progress content and is missing numerous features and is sure to have some rough edges. We have several known issues for this flight in particular including some intermittent audio issues and one or two instances where the build may even crash.”
“The primary goal of this first flight is to help the team validate the process and pipelines to get a build out to Insiders on Steam at a larger scale,” the post continues. “A secondary goal will be to get player feedback on the current state of mouse and keyboard controls and how the game “feels” on PC. Lastly, this flight will include a broader range of PC hardware than what we’ve had access to thus far so we’re eager to see if any specific new issues arise related to things like drivers and different configurations.”
The Halo: Reach PC beta will be live until Monday, July 1st. Be sure to check your email that you signed up with to see if you made it in on this flight or not. 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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