Microsoft announced earlier this year that Halo: The Master Chief Collection would be coming to PC, and that Halo: Reach would be added to the collection as well, and would, in fact, be the first game to launch on PC as part of the collection’s splintered launch. Since then, Halo: Reach has had multiple PC betas. And though Microsoft had promised that Reach at the very least would be seeing its full launch in 2019, we haven’t had a more specific release date to look forward to.
Until now, it seems like. Listings over on the Microsoft store seem to have spilled the beans on its release date for both the Xbox One and PC. The Xbox One page of the collection is now showing its launch date as November 14 – which is today – while the PC version displays a launch date of December 3. X019 is scheduled to go live in just a few hours, and according to a recent leak, Microsoft are primed to announce a shadow drop for a game at the show- Halo: Reach launching today on the Xbox One would certainly fit the bill.
There’s plenty of other stuff lined up for X019 as well, with Microsoft billing it as the biggest Inside Xbox ever. A release date announcement for Ninja Theory’s Bleeding Edge also seems to be on the docket. Stay tuned to GamingBolt, and we’ll keep you updated.
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