Halo 6 May Release on Windows 10, Says Phil Spencer

Xbox Anywhere, indeed.

Posted By | On 15th, Jun. 2016 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


Halo The Master Chief Collection

Microsoft may still be resistant to bring Halo 5, or The Master Chief Collection, over to PC, but it doesn’t look like that will apply to Halo 6, if and when it releases. In fact, given Microsoft’s Xbox Anywhere initiative, one would have naturally assumed that Halo 6, when it does release, would be coming to Windows 10 PCs too.

And now, in an interview with PCGamer, Phil Spencer has confirmed as much. When asked if there would be any ideological reason Microsoft might not release the next Halo on PC, Spencer gave us a firm “Not at all,” indicating that no objections to putting the game on PC would exist from his side, unlike the case with Halo 5.

If this is true, this would make a lot of PC players, who have been requesting a new Halo game on the platform for a while now, very happy.

Of course, for that, Halo 6 would have to exist first- and for now, it looks like 343 Industries are happy supporting Halo 5: Guardians with some excellent post launch content.


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  • Doggystyle

    Of course it will! He lies and then he backtracks constantly, with “why shouldn’t more people be able to enjoy games”, instead of just saying truthfully, “we’re not making enough money on Xbox One exclusives, and Sony is killing us, so we will have to consider bringing all of our Xbox exclusive games to the pc”.

  • Imran

    Hey if game is properly optimized for PC… they can have my money

  • Riggybro

    Pretty much everything Xbox is now coming to PC so why not Halo. Xbox as a name will be gone eventually anyway. It’ll just be “Windows”.

    It’s always been a bit crappy that MS have taken all their Windows money from their loyal PC customers then shovelled it into a separate-from-PC Xbox ecosystem. It should have always been a “Windows” ecosystem.


 

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