The cloud gaming service Nvidia Geforce Now recently leaked some very interesting games, including remakes of Final Fantasy IX, Resident Evil 4, and an “RTX remake” of Bioshock. Halo 5 was also on that list. With the popularity of the Master Chief Collection and other Halo titles on Steam, Halo 5 would definitely make sense to release to PC.
Unfortunately, the Community Director of 343 Industries, Brian Jarrard, now confirmed on Twitter, that there are currently “no plans” for a PC release of the title:
“Maybe that was for ‘H5: Forge’, but I can confirm that there are no plans to bring H5 to PC. We know there is some demand for it, but as we mentioned earlier, there is this currently no plans as the studio is fully focused on Infinite and MCC. I’ll never say never, but this is not currently being worked on. “
Halo 5 for PC isn’t a priority for 343 Industries at least right now, but maybe the developers will follow up on fan demand after Halo Infinite is released. Until then, hopefully Halo enthusiasts will have a lot of fun with Halo Infinite. By the way, another test for Halo Insiders will soon take place for the title’s free-to-play multiplayer mode. More precisely on September 24th.
Here players will be able to try out the improved bots, a new training mode, and a new map and additional game modes for arena PvP. The proper release of Halo Infinitne will take place on December 8th, 2021 for the PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S.
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