Halo: The Master Chief Collection has received its final game on PC, with 343 Industries adding Halo 4 to the mix today with new enhancements and cross-play support, among other features. Halo 4 originally released for the Xbox 360 all the way back in 2012, and finally, the 343 Industries-developed shooter has shed its console exclusivity.
Halo 4 arrives with the campaign (with online co-op support), the Spartan Ops co-op missions, and 25 multiplayer maps. Enhancements in this version include 4K resolution and ultra-wide monitor support, uncapped frame rates, FOV sliders, native mouse and keyboard controls, advanced graphics settings, as well as cross-play support with Xbox One and Series X|S players.
In fact, that last feature is now available across all Halo multiplayer modes in the Master Chief Collection, though it is disabled for campaign co-op. Moreover, Halo 4 Forge and Theater modes as well as a more intricate armor customization system are in place too.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection has received a massive update alongside the new release as well, bringing the aforementioned cross-play support, Xbox Series X|S enhancements, a new season of item unlocks, server region selection for matchmaking, as well as a number of bug fixes. Find the patch notes over here and the known issues here.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection for PC comes in at $39.99 on the Microsoft Store and Steam. Like before, Halo 4 can also be bought separately, which costs $9.99 in the aforementioned stores. Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers now have access to the new game as well.