Halo: Reach Tops Steam’s Sales Charts, Drawing Over 150,000 Concurrent Players

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Noble Team has landed on the PC platform with a bang. Halo: Reach, which launches today, is already Steam’s top-selling title, with The Master Chief Collection ($39.99) taking the premiere spot and the standalone release ($9.99) in second. The Halo prequel is currently peaking at 154,108 players, just behind Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2.

Halo topping a PC sales chart is bizarre for a handful of reasons. The Master Chief Collection is quite old at this point. It debuted for Xbox One in 2014. And it had a poor reputation due to a number of horrendous technical issues. But, of course, the strangest aspect is that Halo was famously not a PC game — and certainly not a PC game on Steam.


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