Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary PC Flighting (Public Testing) to Begin Next Month

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343 Industries has confirmed that flighting for the PC remaster of Halo: Combat Evolved will commence in January. The title is still in a pre-alpha stage, but “good progress” is being made toward a variety of crucial features (e.g., mouse and keyboard, FOV, aspect ratio, and VFR support). Those who wish to partake in public testing will need to join the Halo Insider program.

Right now, we have a good-sized army of developers working through different development streams to support our efforts across ongoing Reach updates and quality of life improvements in addition to Halo: CE Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Forge & Theater support (Reach first). Halo: ODST (Campaign) and Halo 4 are a little further out but rest assured they’re also coming to MCC on PC in 2020.


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