The support studio has been working with Bethesda Game Studios on the MMO for two years, providing 3D art and contributing to seasons.
To celebrate the announcement of the Saints Row reboot, the third game's remaster is free to redeem till September 2nd on EGS.
PS5 and Xbox Series X players can play at dynamic 4K/60 FPS while Xbox Series S gets upscaled 4K/30 FPS and 1080/60 FPS modes.
4K and 60 FPS support has been confirmed.
Minimum and maximum frame rate can be set, with dynamic resolution scaling also available.
Players can also host a multiplayer server on their PCs.
Ultrawide support will also extend to everything, from menus and gameplay to narrative moments.
Ultrawide and super ultrawide monitor support also confirmed, along with triple keybinds.
However, there won't be any loot boxes or randomness in rewards.
An update on graphical improvements and the first multiplayer screenshots also revealed.
Phil Spencer doesn't have "any specific concern" about 343 Industries.
343 Industries has yet to officially clarify how much coatings will cost.
Community director Brian Jarrard warns against placeholder or speculative dates on retail sites.
Jega 'Rdomnai is one of "several" new characters that Master Chief will encounter.
The Halo: Contact Harvest author will support the campaign team's current leadership.
The studio "couldn't be more excited" to help 343 Industries realize its vision, as per president Max Hoberman.
Recent reports paint a troubling picture of development but more ingrained issues still remain.
However, Phil Spencer said that this "didn't feel like the Halo release that we would want."
The support studio will lend a hand to help 343 Industries.
Frame pacing, sound, and AI issues now plague the PC version.