Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary PC version testing begins in January 2020

343 Industries has confirmed Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, the remake of the very first Halo game that 343 created in 2011, will begin flighting later this month.

343 Industries fills us in on a new update:
“Our goal is to kick off flighting in January for Rings 1 and 2 but it’s possible it could end up slightly delayed. Recently, a new crash has been identified in Halo Wars 2 on PC that is stopping play for keyboard and mouse players.”
Rings 1 and 2 testing will begin this month and Ring 3 testing will begin in February. Learn more about testing rings here.

In a December 20, 2019 post:
“We are currently in a pre-alpha phase and have been making good progress against many of the same features you see in Halo: Reach today.”
Those features — to be added to Halo: The Master Chief Collection on PC — include mouse and keyboard support, FOV support, aspect ratio support, a HUD up-res, VFR supportm input latency reduction and PC optimisations and customisations.

Halo: The Master Chief Collection is available on Xbox One as part of the Xbox Game Pass program and Windows PC. Halo: Reach is available on PC only.
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