Halo: Reach is the one last missing part of Halo: The Master Chief collection if we don’t count Halo 5: Guardians. The multiplayer-focused experience of Halo series will be added to Master Chief collection once it hits PC. Previously, Microsoft hosted a technical test for the game inviting all insiders to take part and provide their feedback on it. However, we didn’t get any sneak peek on the game up until now that an hour of gameplay footage has been shared.
Both Xbox One and PC versions are being shown within the video. First things first, you need to choose your class which includes Specter, Air Assault, Recon and Operator. Each class has got its own character, weapons and assets. When it comes to available modes, there are a bunch of different experiences at Halo: Reach to be explored by players. Firefight is the mode that the new footage has been taken from. In this mode, players will play solely or in co-operation with their friends to stand against the waves of Covenant attackers. As you survive, more difficult waves of enemies start to spawn on the map. Fortunately, maps are huge enough that allows you to both fight on foot or through vehicles. Aside from Firefight, the game also features Generator Defense, Versus and some other modes.
Currently, there’s no official release date for the addition of Halo: Reach to Master Chief collection and its launch on PC via both Steam and Microsoft Store. Although Halo: The Master Chief collection was a big surprise for PC gamers, they still want to get Halo 5: Guardians as well, since Halo: Infinite is also on the way to hit Windows 10.