Halo 4’s coming to PC on November 17th

Halo 4's coming to PC on November 17th

Halo 4’s coming to PC on November 17th

Microsoft has confirmed that Halo 4 will be releasing on PC on November 17th, releasing as a standalone title, and as part of Halo: The Master Chief Collection on Steam, the Microsoft Store and through Xbox Game Pass. 

On PC, Halo 4 will support 60 FPS framerates, PC-specific graphical settings, support for ultrawide displays, FOV customisation and more. On PC, Halo 4 will feature support for the game’s campaign, multiplayer modes and the game’s co-operative Spartan ops mode. 

Unlike prior released within Halo: The Master Chief Collection, Halo 4’s PC version will feature more in-depth graphics options. This will allow PC gamers to customise the game to better suit their PCs, while also allowing he game to deliver visuals which are superior to the game’s original Xbox 360 version.   

Halo 4’s visuals benefit greatly from the increase in resolution offered by today’s display and graphics hardware. That said, it isn’t hard to beat the Xbox 360’s original 720p presentation. 
 

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Halo 4's coming to PC on November 17th