Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary PC Flight Test Begins in February

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Select Halo insiders will be able to participate in the first Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary PC Flight Test that is set to begin next month in February.

The first Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary PC Test will focus on gathering feedback around gameplay, network connections, and other aspects of the game. If selected, users will have access to the following components:

  • Single Player and Cooperative Campaign
  • Multiplayer
  • Customization
  • Progression

In addition, users will also get access to a number of Halo: Reach fixes, including a new crouch behavior that allows players to crouch while moving. As noted by the official blog, this feature will support both mouse and keyboard, and gamepad players.

Hopefully, it won’t be long after the flight test that Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary becomes available for all PC owners. Last month we saw the release of Halo: Reach on PC, which did some really impressive numbers as the title made it to the top seller on Steam Charts.  As of now, Halo: Reach is the only available Halo title for PC with the rest coming out later. You can purchase Halo: Reach on Steam for $10 or the whole Halo: The Master Chief Collection for $40. Alternatively, you could also purchase the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate to gain access to these Halo titles, amongst other games.

As we get closer to the test, we will be sure to keep you all posted on when to check for those invites. Be sure you sign-up for the Halo Insider program though if you don’t want to miss out on the chance of being selected for the test. You can sign-up for the program using this link here: Halo Insider Program

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