Right now, all eyes and attention are on Halo Infinite, the next game in the long running shooter series from Microsoft and 343 Industries. Much has been said about that title, from a reveal that was more polarizing than expected, to the recent revelation that the multiplayer will be free to play. But in the meantime, there’s still a pretty massive amount of Halo history you can play through with Halo: The Master Chief Collection. And that game still has many updates planned.
Via a blog post on Halo Waypoint, the team broke down the many updates still planned for the game. Probably the biggest and most eye catching two are crossplay, which is said to be planned to come this year, and mod support, though that unfortunately has no time frame attached to it and the post says that has had to be pushed back. But that’s not all as Mouse and Keyboard support is planned for Xbox One, as well as things like PC fileshare, double keyboard binds for all games, and more. You can read the full post here, or see all the planned 2020 features listed below.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is available for Xbox One and PC.
FEATURES PLANNED FOR RELEASE IN 2020
- Input Based MM
- Sever Region Selection
- Custom Game Browser
- Per Game Graphics Options
- Per Game Audio Options
- M&K Support for Xbox
- PC Fileshare
- Double Keybinds for all games
- Viewmodel adjustments for all games
- In game FPS Cap/Adjustments
- Steam Account Linking