Halo: Reach PC Issues Are Being Looked Into By 343

The developer is investigating the various issues.

Posted By | On 05th, Dec. 2019

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Halo has finally made its way back to the PC with Halo: Reach leading the charge. The game also found its way onto Steam, and by all accounts it seems to have been quite a success. However, the success story is a tad undercut as the port has a variety of issues that’s been reported. It seems 343 is on the case, though, and is looking into fixes.

In a lengthy post via the Halo Waypoint, the developer revealed they were investigating the issues and listed out what they saw as the biggest complaints such as audio issues, shuttering issues, menu performance, and a host of others that you can read about at the aforementioned blog post. While there’s unfortunately no time frame as to when we can see fixes, they’ve done a good job cataloging the many issues. Hopefully, that’s a good sign for continued support.

Halo: Reach is available now on PC via The Master Chief Collection, with other games in the collection slated to come soon.


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